Jones Lang LaSalle's Hughes on Commercial Property
April 25 (Bloomberg) -- Alastair Hughes, Asia-Pacific chief executive officer of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., talks about the region's commercial real estate markets. He also discusses the four-week strike by port workers in Hong Kong against billionaire Li Ka-shing. He speaks Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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