May 19, 2015

Sadolin/Albæk takes a close look at the metropolis on the Øresund and its surroundings in “Copenhagen – Property Market Report 2014.” It examines the retail segment, too.

Historically the people of Belarus went to Vilnius, Warsaw, or Moscow to buy brands that they could not get at home. This trend is beginning to change as more and more international brands seek space in the country’s new shopping centers.

A recent study by EHI and Statista shows that the rapid growth of the e-commerce market in Germany is over for now.

“Small is beautiful” is how experts characterize the market in the Czech capital Prague. But insider knowledge is essential.

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of the former “Asian Tiger” Malaysia, has seen better days from an economic perspective.

Legislation forcing all retail shops to close on Sundays entered into force in Hungary on March 15, 2015; most shops are forced to close on Sundays and at night.

The Savills’ “UK Shopping Center and High Street Bulletin, Q4/2014” notes intense activity in the country’s market with increased investor activities and demand for the sector. This trend is expected to continue into the medium term.

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