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China Spotlight

70 Years of Urbanisation and Development

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has made significant economic advancements since its founding in 1949 and, as the world’s second-largest economy continues to grow, it is becoming more entwined with the rest of the world and pivotal to the global economy.

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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

Shanghai Office Market in Minutes – Autumn 2019

Boosted by strong demand from consumer retail companies, West Nanjing Road was the only business area in the city to show rising rents in Q3/2019, up 0.1% to an average of RMB10.24 per sq m per day.

Shanghai Office Market in Minutes – Autumn 2019

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Boosted by strong demand from consumer retail companies, West Nanjing Road was the only business area in the city to show rising rents in Q3/2019, up 0.1% to an average of RMB10.24 per sq m per day.

Retail

Wuhan Retail Market in Minutes - Autumn 2019

Wuhan’s retail market was active in Q3/2019, with multiple brands opening their first stores in Wuhan or central China, which helped increase urban vitality throughout the city.

Wuhan Retail Market in Minutes - Autumn 2019

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Wuhan’s retail market was active in Q3/2019, with multiple brands opening their first stores in Wuhan or central China, which helped increase urban vitality throughout the city.

Investment

Beijing Investment Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

Institutional investors continued to favour existing assets in prime locations. The value-add acquisition model is growing in popularity as astute investors look to chase rental gains and asset appreciation.

Beijing Investment Market in Minutes - Summer 2019

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Institutional investors continued to favour existing assets in prime locations. The value-add acquisition model is growing in popularity as astute investors look to chase rental gains and asset appreciation.

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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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China Spotlight

2019 China 20 Retail Cities

"China is the second-largest retail market in the world.  Global retailers are going to need to pay much more attention to the changes in consumption patterns and innovations that are originating in China. The market will likely become even more competitive as domestic brands continue to grow and mature and learn from overseas experiences before bringing back their new retail know-how and combining it with their innate China knowledge."

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