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June 2006
EuroProperty;2006, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on various investments in Europe in 2005. As stated, retail was the best performing sector with returns of 23.6%. The British vehicles lead as funds record 14.2% return in 2005. Non-listed property funds produced a 14.2% total return in 2005. Retail was said to be the top sector performer, with 23.6% returns.


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