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Stadion Miejski w Poznaniu

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Poznań Stands for Sport – Tomasz Kayser, Deputy Mayor, Poznan

Poznań in Poland is rapdily making a name for itself as the city of sport. Here's how...


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Oslo, Old City Hall

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New investors, new opportunities

The financial climate is uncertain, but new investors and investment opportunities are expected in Europe this year.


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Glasgow at sunset

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Making the most of Glasgow’s 2014 Commonwealth Games – Stuart Patrick, CEO, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce

A closer look at the long-term implications and advantages of hosting the Games.


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Jacqueline Faisant

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Property Influencer: Jacqueline Faisant

Property influencer Jacqueline Faisant shared insights about where best to invest during troubled economic times.


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Paris, Notre Dame

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French investment markets surges to four-year high – Anika Michalowska

Despite an uncertain 2011 economic environment, France's real estate market remained on an upward trend in 2011.


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London Olympic Stadium

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London Olympics will create new metropolitan district in Europe’s largest city – Andrew Altman CEO Olympic Park Legacy Company, London

London thrives on the Olympics by taking a long view and planning to leave a legacy.


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Ankara's untapped potential

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Turkish opportunity starts with Ankara

Developers and retailers should bring in their international experience as Turkey expands rapidly, according to Ankara's Chamber of Commerce.


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Panorama of Olympic park in December 2011

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Sochi : is now the time? – Anna Tropkova, IRG Russia

It is only two years until the Winter Olympics in Sochi, but many people are asking themselves the same question: why Sochi?


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Ankara

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Retail Development surges in Europe’s emerging markets – Mia Hunt

The downturn has slowed the development of new shopping centres in many mature markets, but the pipeline remains buoyant in several of EMEA’s emerging markets.


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Warsaw station

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PKP and HB showcase Warsaw Zachodnia Station

Transport retail schemes to take centre stage in Poland.


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The West Outlet, Paris

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The West promises ‘next generation’ Paris scheme

Paris' latest designer outlet is promising to deliver an unparalleled experience to French shoppers.


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Istanbul

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Turkish retail market poised for another year of growth – Mark Faithfull

Continued economic and population growth are fuelling rapid expansion across Turkey and the retail market is one of the most active in EMEA.


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St Petersburg pier

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The increasing middle class in fast-growing countries create a need for international retailers.

It’s not doom and gloom across the board—emerging economies with a fast-growing middle class are the new go-to destinations for top international retailers.


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Olympic rings, St Pancras station, London

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Can global events acts as a catalyst for development? – Steve Killick

It the seems the Olympic Games are all about going higher, faster and stronger – and that’s just the bidding race. So do hosts get value for money?


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Magnolia Park, Poland

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Blackstone launches Polish retail funds at MAPIC

UK private equity group Blackstone launched King's Street Retail at MAPIC, a fund investing in Polish retail assets


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