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Australian Office Investment Review and Outlook April 20172017-04-02T14:00:00Zpdf6660963Free to Airhttp://www.jll.com/australia/en-au/Research/jll_aus_australian_office_investment_review_and_outlook_april2017.pdf/australia/en-au/research/503/australian-office-investment-review-and-outlook-2017Australian Office Investment Review and Outlook April 2017JLL’s annual Australian Office Investment Review & Outlook highlights the key trends impacting office investment decisions in 2017.

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