The ski industry faces unprecedented challenges. Adapting to this change is essential for resorts to stay relevant
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"Existing projects have run marketing campaigns during the peak season to increase footfall and revenue. Some established shopping malls have also completed tenant mix adjustments and facility upgrades to stay relevant and better compete with newer shopping malls."
"More established shopping centres have started to adjust and upgrade tenant and brand mixes in Q3/2018."
"The Puxi serviced apartment market saw two new developments in Q3/2018, and Pudong saw vacancy rates fall due to relatively limited new supply."
"In Q3/2018, the Guangzhou residential property leasing market saw an influx of purchasers and investors from the sales market."
"No new projects entered the market in Q3/2018, stabilising city-wide vacancy rates and rents."
"Leasing demand for Shenzhen Grade A office property in Q3/2018 remained robust,with interest coming primarily from the finance, TMT, high-tech and professional services sectors."
"While an 8-10% yearly increase in rents is expected for 2019, the recent sharp correction in global equity markets, if not reversed, could become a major risk impacting office demand."
"The Tianjin residential market saw both regulatory and fiscal policies in Q3/2018 which may further discourage housing purchases."
"Prime areas witnessed office space being handed back to the market in Q3/2018.Location is no longer everything as tenants now have plenty of options and new business areas are maturing."
"More transaction activity in the $100 million plus category has been seen in the past two years than it has historically whilst the Adelaide CBD office vacancy rate declines to its lowest rate since 2014, underpinned by tenant positive demand."