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Asia Pacific real estate policy support

COVID-19 response tracker

April 20, 2020

Policymakers in Asia Pacific have swiftly stepped up efforts to mitigate risks to their economies resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Governments have begun to pull on fiscal strings to provide support to local businesses and consumers in the attempt to bolster consumption. Many central banks have shifted towards a more accommodative policy stance with rate cuts core to easing financial pressures to help cushion against the potential economic impact of the outbreak.

These measures should help the economy gain its footing and will indirectly support commercial real estate markets and in some instances, the support will be more direct.

Read our latest policy tracker for a summary of notable measures undertaken in the region and its implications for investors and corporate real estate professionals.

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