16 Oct '15, 2pm

The planet will need to build the equivalent of five cities the size of Los Angeles every year between now and 2020:

The planet will need to build the equivalent of five cities the size of Los Angeles every year between now and 2020:

Holt explains, “The growth of foreign private equity investment into the Indian real estate market has been a notable characteristic of the region in the first half of 2015, with US and Singaporean investors the most prominent. In Southeast Asia, Malaysia has also seen a significant percentage of foreign interest with groups from Australia, Singapore, China and Canada, purchasing assets in the first six months of the year. Given the positive economic performance of India, and a potential counter-cyclical approach towards investing in Malaysia (despite the tough conditions), we expect foreign groups to continue to look at these markets in 2016.”

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