Wehner, Piers
November 2011
EG: Estates Gazette;Winter2011 Retail Supplement, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports that European retail stock continues to attract investors despite the bleak economic environment. However the destinations are seen as limited to and split between the core markets of Great Britain, France and Germany or the opportunities presented by central and eastern Europe. It is stated that of the total funds seeking European property, 35% is slated for retail which is perceived as low risk by investors looking for safe havens to preserve their wealth.


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