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View from MIPIM 2016

MIPIM 2016

Date: March 15-18, 2016
Location: Cannes, France

About 23,000 real estate and property development professionals from 89 countries attended MIPIM 2016. fDi Magazine's editor-in-chief, Courtney Fingar, and global markets reporter, Natasha Turak, reported on the main topics of discussion and interviewing mayors, FDI and industry professionals.

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Real estate FDI data 

Between February 2013 and January 2016 a total of 1,221 FDI projects were recorded globally. These projects represent a total capital investment of $102.15bn which is an average investment of $486.50m per project. During the period, an estimated total of 2,227 jobs were created.

Real estate FDI data

Trends spotted using fDi Markets, an online database tracking crossborder greenfield investment, covering all sectors and countries worldwide. Contact us for more information.

With another Mipim in the books, fDi Magazine's Courtney Fingar and Natasha Turak discuss their impressions of the 2016 international property conference in Cannes.

King's Cross ticks the right boxes for the App Business

King's Cross ticks the right boxes for the App Business

When the App Business needed space to expand, the mobile transformation company decided to move its headquarters to King's Cross in London, attracted by the abundance of available space, a friendly neighbourhood vibe and excellent transport links. 


Warsaw increases office space, but has it gone too far?

With completions approaching record levels, rents for office space in Warsaw are falling and vacancy rates are expected to rise. However, prestigious developments in the city are capable of attracting blue-chip tenants, such as Samsung and Goldman Sachs.

Inside fDi: Champagne or sobriety at Mipim?

The hospitality on show at the annual Mipim property fair in Cannes acts as a bellwether to the general state of the global economy, and therefore investment markets. And given the current political, economic and social issues weighing on a number of countries in the world, Courtney Fingar is expecting the champagne flow to be more of a trickle.

From News

Chinese investors snap up Japanese real estate

Property in cities such as Tokyo and Nagasaki are increasingly attractive to Chinese investors, who are lured by solid returns and Japan’s strong rule of law. However, political tensions are inhibiting the market's potential for growth.

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