Paris, 2 March 2011 – Real estate opportunities opening up in Asian markets, along with Asian investment flows to world markets, will be one of the highlights of MIPIM 2011 where China’s fourth largest city, Chongqing, will exhibit for the first time.
“MIPIM and MIPIM Asia provide unique opportunities for the international real estate community to focus on Asia. The first day of MIPIM 2011 will highlight the extraordinary growth potential of the Asian continent. China will receive special honours, with the presence of the country’s fourth largest city Chongqing, in the MIPIM exhibition area for the first time.
A major economic powerhouse in China, with its 32 million inhabitants, Chongqing will be the topic of a lunch meeting and other discussions at which it will present its development projects to professionals wishing to examine new business opportunities,” says Filippo Rean, Director of MIPIM.
For its first attendance at MIPIM, a senior delegation of city administrators and developers from Chongqing will host an exclusive press conference on the city’s stand at 11.30am on March 9.
As well as being a growth market for real estate, Asia also has investors that are increasingly active on the international market. A conference will identify the expectations of these much sought after new investors by bringing together a panel of investment headliners such as Jin Seo, head of the Korean GE Capital Real Estate; Satoru Yamashita, Vice President, Mitsui Fudosan Investment Advisors and Hans Vrensen, Director, Global Head of Global Research at DTZ. (Tuesday, 8th March, 3 pm).pension fund, François Trausch, CEO Asia-Pacific,
This first day of MIPIM will give participants an opportunity to find out about what is happening in two key Asian markets – China and Japan.
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