CHINA'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19: Lessons for Landlords and Occupiers
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24 April 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak has undoubtedly had a severe short-term impact on the Chinese economy and property market. However, headline indicators of business activity had largely returned to pre-outbreak levels by the end of March, while recent weeks have seen a rebound in real estate leasing and investment demand.
The government’s adoption of a co-ordinated approach to containing the pandemic appears to have shielded the economy from a deep and prolonged downturn, while a range of measures introduced by owners and tenants have provided a solid foundation for a gradual property market revival.
As countries around the world continue to combat COVID-19, this report by CBRE summarises the government, landlord and occupier response to the pandemic. While some of these measures and recommendations may not be relevant or feasible in some markets, we believe they can serve as a valuable guide to our clients and colleagues around the world.
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