Land Prices Gain in Japan's Top Cities as Demand ReturnsBy
Land prices in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya rose 0.9 percent
Nationwide land prices have been in decline since 1992
Land prices in Japan’s three-largest metropolitan areas rose for a third consecutive year as low interest rates underpinned a recovery in demand.
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