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China Property – Asia’s budding “Silicon Valleys” lead real estate growth and innovation

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India, China and Vietnam’s tech hubs have a promising future UB City in Bangalore, also known as “Asia’s Silicon Valley” per JLL Rapid progress in technology in cities like Bangalore and Shanghai has helped in driving real estate growth, according to JLL’s latest report City Momentum Index 2016. Focusing on “The Rise of the Innovation-Oriented City,” JLL notes that urbanisation and technological advancements in certain areas have paved the way for building “innovation-oriented economies” that transform real estate projects and infrastructure. London tops the international list for a second consecutive year, followed again by Silicon Valley in San Jose, California.

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China Property – Asia’s budding “Silicon Valleys” lead real estate growth and innovation

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