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CEE office occupier activity past the worst

Despite poor employment prospects, we are cautiously optimistic on the outlook for CEE leasing activity as the economic recovery gets underway. However, large supply pipelines mean that improving occupier demand will not be enough to prevent further rental falls.
Yasemin Engin Property Economist
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