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Hanoi’s office market will see large changes after pandemic

Publication date 22 September 2021 | 20:40 | ICT

The office market in Vietnamese capital Hanoi is experiencing many changes amid the Covid-19 pandemic in terms of rental prices, occupational profile and new demands for office spaces, according to Savills Vietnam.

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