Panic buying and selling of houses in Turkey's largest populated city, Istanbul, creates sharp increase in house prices in the second-hand market, Anadolu News Agency reports. According to the report, Turkish Statistical Institute's report shows that the increase has been lingering at around 60 per cent. "Most of the people offer their ...
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Barratt London and Rightmove research finds that Middle East real estate investors are opting for regeneration areas with higher yields in London’s outer zones in favour of traditional central London locations. Buyers from Gulf regions now make up 15% of overall sales for Barratt London. Research from Barratt London, which ...
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The late Virgil Abloh’s cooperation with Mercedes–Maybach culminates in the launch of a limited-edition bespoke S-Class and capsule collection, inspired by Project MAYBACH. On 5 April 2022, Mercedes–Maybach unveils the final chapter of Project MAYBACH - its cooperation with trusted partner, the late polymath artist, architect, creative director, fashion ...
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Private equity set a remarkable new standard for itself in 2021. Buyout deal value reached an all-time high of $1.1 trillion, doubling 2020’s total of $577 billion and shattering the previous record of $804 billion set in 2006 during the exuberant run-up to the global financial crisis. Deal size, not deal count, ...
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The pandemic has reset the ways we live, work, and do business, accelerating some long-term shifts and setting new changes in motion. In 2021, the McKinsey Global Institute took stock of how the economy is transforming—and the new opportunities now at hand. Below infographic showcases 12 of the most thought-provoking ...
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This disruptive virtual platform aims to democratize the real estate industry worldwide, developed by UNICORP CAPITAL, an investment fund solution built on a blockchain platform. Promising to bridge the worlds of technology and real world, XCLUSIVERSE has launched worldwide its first stage, aiming to connect in the metaverse both real ...
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Major companies from different sectors around the world have announced the suspension of their operations in Russia one after another due to its war on Ukraine. During the last week, many sectors in Russia saw suspension decisions, ranging from technology to automotive and energy. Apart from sanctions, particularly those imposed ...
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In Jordan, talking about the issue of water scarcity continues to be commonplace. Actually addressing it is still another matter entirely. In fact, many residents of the Kingdom, visitors from abroad and researchers from faraway are accustomed to hearing Mohammad Al Najjar, Minister for Water and Irrigation, and his thoughts ...
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