Breaking Ground: Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate

Published on Mar 27, 2017
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Arthur Margon1
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An Asia Society Special Report Breaking Ground: Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate KENNETH ROSEN, ARTHUR MARGON, RANDALL SAKAMOTO, & JOHN TAYLOR
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