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China Spotlight

2019 China 20 Retail Cities

China is the second-largest retail market in the world and is expected to be the largest one in the near future. Savills recently published the 2019 edition of its “China 20 Retail Cities” report, which analyses 50 leading retailers’ expansion rates over the last 12 months and looks at which cities are likely to see future retail expansion, given economic and demographic changes. The report also examines recent trends, including Chinese brands’ overseas expansion, as well as the potential for significant development of the tourism retail sector.

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Selected International Report

Tech City in Motion 2019

Savills Tech Cities 2019, which accesses 30 tech cities around the world from against 100 metrics under six categories, namely business environment, tech environment, city buzz & wellness, talent pool, real estate costs, and mobility.

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Commercial

Chongqing Office Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

Due to the slowdown in macroeconomic growth and Chongqing’s ongoing industrial restructuring, overall demand fell 53% quarter-on-quarter with a net absorption of only 23,000 sq m in Q2/2019.

Chongqing Office Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

Abstract

Due to the slowdown in macroeconomic growth and Chongqing’s ongoing industrial restructuring, overall demand fell 53% quarter-on-quarter with a net absorption of only 23,000 sq m in Q2/2019.

Retail

Tianjin Retail Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

Encouraged by the local government, the night-time economy boosted commercial consumption and enhanced the local retail scene.

Tianjin Retail Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

Abstract

Encouraged by the local government, the night-time economy boosted commercial consumption and enhanced the local retail scene.

Investment

Shanghai Investment Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

Investors rethink the feasibility of converting properties to alternative uses as approval and construction delays hamper earlier investments. The market saw fewer deals for conversion purposes in the first half of 2019.

Shanghai Investment Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

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Investors rethink the feasibility of converting properties to alternative uses as approval and construction delays hamper earlier investments. The market saw fewer deals for conversion purposes in the first half of 2019.

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Kuala Lumpur Retail 1H/2019

"Total retail supply increased 3.1% year-on-year (YoY) in 2018, pushing up total retail stock to 64.3 million sq ft, with suburban areas maintaining the highest market share (82%) in Greater KL."

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Japan Logistics Spotlight - September 2019

"Even amidst historically high supply levels, the logistics market remains strong as tenant demand for conveniently located, high-specification facilities is on the rise. Greater Osaka in particular has been improving performance since the market was disrupted by oversupply in 2017. Property investors have generally adopted a more bullish attitude towards the sector, and investment volumes appear set to rise in the second half of 2019."

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Prime Benchmark, July 2019

"Prime office rental markets in most cities are now in a late up-cycle. The prime markets recorded rental movements from -3.0% (Shenzhen) to +16.3% (Ho Chi Minh City). In China, negative rental growth was seen in Shenzhen (-3.0%), Beijing (-1.4%) and Guangzhou (-0.4), with the exception of Shanghai (0.1%). The sluggish GDP growth of 6.2% in Q2/2019, the trade war and ongoing deleveraging by the central government will continue to put downward pressure on the office sector. In Ho Chi Minh City, investor appetite was strong because of its healthy domestic office market demand and low vacancy of less than 2%. Hong Kong remained the most expensive prime office market in the region."

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Prime Benchmark, July 2019

From the publication:Prime Benchmark, July 2019

"Prime office rental markets in most cities are now in a late up-cycle. The prime markets recorded rental movements from -3.0% (Shenzhen) to +16.3% (Ho Chi Minh City). In China, negative rental growth was seen in Shenzhen (-3.0%), Beijing (-1.4%) and Guangzhou (-0.4), with the exception of Shanghai (0.1%). The sluggish GDP growth of 6.2% in Q2/2019, the trade war and ongoing deleveraging by the central government will continue to put downward pressure on the office sector. In Ho Chi Minh City, investor appetite was strong because of its healthy domestic office market demand and low vacancy of less than 2%. Hong Kong remained the most expensive prime office market in the region."

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