People visit the traditional lantern festival along the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea, on May 28. Seoul has recorded the smallest year-on-year drop in investment activity among the world’s most actively traded real estate markets this year. Photo: Xinhua People visit the traditional lantern festival along the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea, on May 28. Seoul has recorded the smallest year-on-year drop in investment activity among the world’s most actively traded real estate markets this year. Photo: Xinhua
People visit the traditional lantern festival along the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea, on May 28. Seoul has recorded the smallest year-on-year drop in investment activity among the world’s most actively traded real estate markets this year. Photo: Xinhua
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Asian commercial property markets are reaping the benefits of effective corovavirus pandemic control

  • The region’s outperformance is most apparent in Taiwan and South Korea, which have not only kept infections in check but also avoided draconian shutdowns
  • Asian commercial real estate markets also benefit from deep pools of local capital

People visit the traditional lantern festival along the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea, on May 28. Seoul has recorded the smallest year-on-year drop in investment activity among the world’s most actively traded real estate markets this year. Photo: Xinhua People visit the traditional lantern festival along the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea, on May 28. Seoul has recorded the smallest year-on-year drop in investment activity among the world’s most actively traded real estate markets this year. Photo: Xinhua
People visit the traditional lantern festival along the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea, on May 28. Seoul has recorded the smallest year-on-year drop in investment activity among the world’s most actively traded real estate markets this year. Photo: Xinhua
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