A man walks through a cloud of dust whipped up by wind at the construction site near new skyscrapers in Beijing, where a company leasing a 30,000 sq ft grade A office needs to invest US$19,095,807, or US$637 per square foot, over five years. Photo: Reuters
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A man walks through a cloud of dust whipped up by wind at the construction site near new skyscrapers in Beijing, where a company leasing a 30,000 sq ft grade A office needs to invest US$19,095,807, or US$637 per square foot, over five years. Photo: Reuters
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