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<ul><li><p>Economic Overview After a series of easing monetary policy moves, the slowdown in Chinas economy seems to be starting to stabilize in the first half of 2015. However, downside risks such as the heightened volatility in the stock markets, strong capital outflows and overcapacity in some sectors have put pressure on the economic growth, derailing authorities efforts to rebalance the Chinese economy towards consumption and services. As a consequence, the World Banks has trimmed Chinas growth forecast to 6.9% this year, below the governments target of 7%. Meanwhile, in the US, the Federal Reserve had decided not to raise its key interest rate at its October meeting. This decision has been seen as to ease pressure on financial markets across emerging markets on the short term, but at the same time, it has been prolonging uncertainty regarding the timing of the Feds first rate hike. </p><p>Leasing Market Hiring environment turned slightly more conservative than the first half of this year with the majority of employers in China, Hong Kong and Singapore intending to keep headcount steady in the second half of 2015. According to the latest Hudson report, technology and IT sectors continues to be the most active tenant sector in the region. Other notable sectors include professional services and manufacturing while financial corporates are also expanding selectively with most multinational corporates still cautious. Of the major markets, Hong Kong achieved the strongest quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) growth of 3.9% supported by demand from mainland Chinese financial firms for office premises in Central. This is being followed by Bangkok (2.2% QoQ) and Bengaluru (1.8% QoQ). Rents fell by in Yangon (-2.5% QoQ), Chengdu (-2.2% QoQ) and Shenzhen (-2.0% QoQ) as landlords started lowering rents in view of the large impending supply. Grade A office completions are expected to grow around 100 million sq ft in 2016, with around 70% of the total in China and India. </p><p>Sales Market Despite the slower economic growth in China, office real estate investment in Asia came in at US$4.4 billion in 3Q 2015, up 54.3% year-on-year (YoY) from US$2.9 billion the same times last year. Sentiment is improving for core assets in Chinas first-tier cities with Shanghai most in demand accounting for 51% of transactions including a couple of en-bloc transactions with the focus primarily on office properties. Investors who previously ventured into the secondary and tertiary markets have focused their radar back to Shanghai as the market tends to be the most liquid and transparent in China. In addition the market offer more stock for sale compared to Beijing with more than 600,000 sq m office supply coming on stream in 2015 and another 790 million sq m by the end of 2016. Cross-border investors continue to be very active with outbound investors showing an unwavering preference for Grade A offices in the core business districts of gateway cities, such as New York, London, Sydney and Melbourne. </p><p>Market Outlook While remaining the worlds growth leader in terms of economic growth, Asia Pacific is expected to grow slightly less in 2016. According to the International Monetary Fund, growth in the Asia Pacific markets is expected to hold steady at 5.6% for the full year and to ease slightly to 5.5% in 2016. While growth in India picked up being supported by a healthy monsoon and new investments assuming concrete progress on reform, slowing growth in several large economies, including China, Indonesia and Japan was a counterweight. Going forward, domestic demand and ongoing low oil prices should continue to drive growth in the region over the medium term. However, economic dynamics in Asia will mostly be determined by developments in China. At the same time, we may see increased market turbulence before year end should the US Fed decide to finally move on interest rates. </p><p>Asia Pacific </p><p>Office Market </p><p>Asia Pacific | Office </p><p>3Q 2015 </p><p>http://www.linkedin.com/company/colliers-international?trk=hb_tab_compy_id_5227https://www.facebook.com/colliersglobal?rf=105632526137251https://twitter.com/ColliersIntl</p></li><li><p>Our Presence in Asia Pacific </p><p>1 </p><p>Mumbai </p><p>Bengaluru </p><p>Karachi </p><p>Kuala Lumpur </p><p>Singapore </p><p>Ho Chi Minh City </p><p>Yangon </p><p>Chennai </p><p>Wellington </p><p>Auckland Sydney </p><p>Brisbane </p><p>Canberra Perth Adelaide </p><p>Melbourne </p><p> Almaty </p><p> Jakarta </p><p>Delhi NCR </p><p>Manila </p><p>Taipei </p><p>Tokyo </p><p>Seoul </p><p>Beijing </p><p>Hong Kong </p><p>Shanghai Chengdu </p><p>Hanoi </p><p>Bangkok </p><p>Note : Rents, vacancy rate forecasts and new supply forecasts are referring to prime quality office premises in CBD except India. </p><p>In India, rents are referring to prime quality office premises in CBD while new supply and vacancy rate forecasts are referring to the </p><p>prime quality space in the whole city. </p><p>Supply Forecast 2015 </p><p>(Million sq ft) </p><p>Legend : </p><p>Supply Forecast 2016 </p><p>(Million sq ft) </p><p>Prime Office Rents in CBD, 3Q 2015 (US$ / sq ft / annum) </p><p>Forecast Direction 2015 </p><p>Vacancy Rate Forecast 2015 </p><p>Forecast Direction 2015 </p><p>Forecast Direction 2016 </p><p>Forecast Direction 2016 </p><p>Astana </p><p>Supply Forecast 2017 </p><p>(Million sq ft) </p><p>$67.1 </p><p>7.0% </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.17 </p><p>0.65 </p><p>$13.8 </p><p>43.0% </p><p>0.63 </p><p>0.86 </p><p>1.24 $31.9 </p><p>15.0% </p><p>8.00 </p><p>5.50 </p><p>5.46 </p><p>$10.2 </p><p>13.0% </p><p>12.98 </p><p>7.08 </p><p>7.99 </p><p>$8.8 </p><p>19.0% </p><p>3.47 </p><p>2.90 </p><p>2.97 </p><p>$77.9 </p><p>4.4% </p><p>0.53 </p><p>3.58 </p><p>0.15 </p><p>$37.0 </p><p>11.0% </p><p>6.49 </p><p>6.10 </p><p>5.94 </p><p>$58.0 </p><p>7.1% </p><p>4.67 </p><p>6.77 </p><p>4.99 </p><p>$27.0 </p><p>20.0% </p><p>3.72 </p><p>6.54 </p><p>4.69 </p><p>$18.4 </p><p>45.0% </p><p>6.80 </p><p>4.31 </p><p>3.38 </p><p>$52.8 </p><p>9.7% </p><p>6.65 </p><p>8.50 </p><p>6.67 </p><p>$23.1 </p><p>9.9% </p><p>4.02 </p><p>4.99 </p><p>5.71 $84.0 </p><p>5.0% </p><p>5.02 </p><p>6.60 </p><p>3.45 </p><p>$25.1 </p><p>17.7% </p><p>1.61 </p><p>0.58 </p><p>1.07 </p><p>$28.2 </p><p>5.0% </p><p>0.41 </p><p>0.52 </p><p>0.32 </p><p>$39.9 </p><p>15.4% </p><p>0.00 </p><p>2.01 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>$37.4 </p><p>19.5% </p><p>1.35 </p><p>0.33 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>$37.1 </p><p>7.3% </p><p>1.46 </p><p>1.00 </p><p>0.27 </p><p>$24.3 </p><p>1.2% </p><p>0.05 </p><p>0.52 </p><p>0.46 </p><p>$48.7 </p><p>6.0% </p><p>1.93 </p><p>1.49 </p><p>1.88 </p><p>$24.6 </p><p>13.0% </p><p>0.21 </p><p>0.03 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>$18.9 </p><p>12.3% </p><p>2.33 </p><p>0.19 </p><p>0.27 </p><p>Forecast Direction 2017 </p><p>Forecast Direction 2017 </p><p>$27.4 </p><p>9.0% </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>$83.1 </p><p>12.3% </p><p>1.19 </p><p>0.59 </p><p>0.68 </p><p>$25.1 </p><p>4.1% </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>Guangzhou Shenzhen </p><p>$37.7 </p><p>12.9% </p><p>10.24 </p><p>25.58 </p><p>7.66 </p><p>$124.7 </p><p>3.3% </p><p>1.33 </p><p>1.04 </p><p>2.54 </p><p>$21.3 </p><p>1.6% </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.00 </p><p>0.27 </p><p>$35.1 </p><p>26.0% </p><p>0.54 </p><p>0.43 </p><p>7.21 </p><p>$44.1 </p><p>9.0% </p><p>1.00 </p><p>1.50 </p><p>3.68 </p><p>$32.5 </p><p>20.0% </p><p>10.25 </p><p>5.15 </p><p>6.60 </p><p>$43.5 </p><p>13.0% </p><p>0.11 </p><p>2.41 </p><p>5.39 </p></li><li><p>Copyright 2015 Colliers International. </p><p>The information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. While every reasonable effort has been made to </p><p>ensure its accuracy, we cannot guarantee it. No responsibility is assumed for any inaccuracies. Readers are encouraged to consult </p><p>their professional advisors prior to acting on any of the material contained in this report. </p><p>$2.3 billion in </p><p>annual revenue </p><p>502 offices in 67 countries on 6 continents </p><p>United States: </p><p>Canada: </p><p>Latin America: </p><p>Asia: </p><p>ANZ: </p><p>EMEA: </p><p>Authors: </p><p>Simon Lo </p><p>Executive Director | Asia </p><p>+852 2822 0511 </p><p>simon.lo@colliers.com </p><p>Jessy Chung </p><p>Assistant Manager </p><p>+852 2822 0643 </p><p>jessy.chung@colliers.com </p><p>140 </p><p>31 </p><p>24 </p><p>39 </p><p>160 </p><p>108 </p><p>$1.70 billion square feet </p><p>under management </p><p>16,300 Professional </p><p>and staff </p><p>ASIA </p><p>Sam Harvey-Jones </p><p>+852 2822 0509 </p><p>sam.harvey-jones@colliers.com </p><p>NORTH ASIA </p><p>Mainland China </p><p>Beijing </p><p>Kelvin Chow </p><p>+86 10 8518 1633 ext.113 </p><p>kelvin.chow@colliers.com </p><p>Shanghai </p><p>Michael Wu </p><p>+86 21 6141 3638 </p><p>michael.wu@colliers.com </p><p>Guangzhou </p><p>Eric Lam </p><p>+86 20 3819 3988 </p><p>eric.lam@colliers.com </p><p>Shenzhen </p><p>Ken Kan </p><p>+86 755 8825 8648 </p><p>ken.kan@colliers.com </p><p>Chengdu </p><p>Bonnie Chiu </p><p>+86 28 8658 6288 ext.810 </p><p>bonnie.chiu@colliers.com </p><p>Hong Kong, HKSAR </p><p>Hong Kong </p><p>Wendy Lau </p><p>+852 2822 0550 </p><p>wendy.lau@colliers.com </p><p>(E-141423) </p><p>Kowloon </p><p>Fiona Ngan </p><p>+852 2117 3301 </p><p>fiona.ngan@colliers.com </p><p>(E-197789) </p><p>Japan </p><p>Tokyo </p><p>Katsuji Tokita </p><p>+81 3 5563 2117 </p><p>katsuji.tokita@colliers.com </p><p>South Korea </p><p>Seoul </p><p>Jay Yun </p><p>+82 2 3775 7351 </p><p>jay.yun@Colliers.com </p><p>Taiwan </p><p>Taipei </p><p>Amanda Yang </p><p>+886 2 8101 1120 </p><p>amanda.yang@colliers.com </p><p>SOUTH EAST ASIA </p><p>Indonesia </p><p>Jakarta </p><p>Bagus Adikusumo </p><p>+62 21 521 1400 ext.506 </p><p>bagus.adikusumo@colliers.com </p><p>Malaysia </p><p>Sam Harvey-Jones </p><p>+852 2822 0509 </p><p>sam.harvey-jones@colliers.com </p><p>*Based in Hong Kong </p><p>Kuala Lumpur </p><p>Research data provided by </p><p>C H Williams Talhar &amp; Wong </p><p>Sdn Bhd </p><p>URL : http://www.wtw.com.my </p><p>Foo Gee Jen </p><p>+603 2616 8888 </p><p>fgj@wtw.com.my </p><p>Philippines </p><p>Manila </p><p>Jie Espinosa </p><p>+632 888 9988 ext.4016 </p><p>jie.espinosa@colliers.com </p><p>Singapore </p><p>Singapore </p><p>Calvin Yeo </p><p>+65 6531 8671 </p><p>calvin.yeo@colliers.com </p><p>Thailand </p><p>Bangkok </p><p>Nattawan Radomyos </p><p>+66 2 656 7000 </p><p>nattawan.radomyos@colliers.com </p><p>Vietnam </p><p>Ho Chi Minh City </p><p>Nhung Quan </p><p>+84 8 3827 5665 </p><p>nhung.quan@colliers.com </p><p>Hanoi </p><p>Tri Nhan Nguyen </p><p>+84 8 3827 5665 </p><p>trinhan.nguyen@colliers.com </p><p>Myanmar </p><p>Yangon </p><p>Tony Picon </p><p>+95 931 491 678 </p><p>antony.picon@colliers.com </p><p>SOUTH ASIA </p><p>India </p><p>George McKay </p><p>+91 22 4050 4553 </p><p>george.mckay@colliers.com </p><p>Vikas Kalia </p><p>+91 12 4456 7531 </p><p>vikas.kalia@colliers.com </p><p>Bengaluru </p><p>Goutam Chakraborty </p><p>+91 80 4079 5500 </p><p>goutam.chakraborty@colliers.com </p><p>Chennai </p><p>Shaju Thomas </p><p>+91 44 2836 1064 </p><p>shaju.thomas@colliers.com </p><p>Gurgaon </p><p>Vikas Kalia </p><p>+91 12 4456 7531 </p><p>vikas.kalia@colliers.com </p><p>Kolkata </p><p>Swapan Dutta </p><p>+91 12 4437 5807 </p><p>swapan.dutta@colliers.com </p><p>Mumbai </p><p>Nishith Agarwal </p><p>+91 22 4050 4556 </p><p>nishith.agarwal@colliers.com </p><p>New Delhi </p><p>Vikas Kalia </p><p>+91 12 4456 7531 </p><p>vikas.kalia@colliers.com </p><p>Pune </p><p>Rishav Vij </p><p>+91 20 4120 6438 </p><p>rishav.vij@colliers.com </p><p>Pakistan </p><p>Karachi </p><p>S. 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