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Australian GDP Data Release 3Q172017-12-07T13:00:00Zpdf1111378Free to Airhttp://www.jll.com/australia/en-au/Research/Australia GDP Data Release 3Q17.pdf/australia/en-au/research/594/australia-gdp-3q17Australian GDP Data Release 3Q17The Australian economy expanded in the September 2017 quarter. State economic growth rates are broadly converging, and this is likely to translate to an increasing re-alignment of office market fundamentals nationally. ​

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Competition to lease space accelerates in top tiers of the market

Hear what Director of Occupier Research Lauren Picariello has to say about stronger demand in the top tiers of the market and the impact increased competition will have on corporate real estate transaction decisions.

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