Katie Allen The Guardian 06.05.2010
CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. 06.05.2010
London's West End remains the world's most expensive office market, according to CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. (CBRE) Global Research and Consulting's semi-annual Global Office Rents survey. Hong Kong's Central Business District (CBD) has risen to second place pushing Tokyo's Inner Central to third place. Mumbai is now in fourth position on the list while Moscow remains in fifth in the CBRE rankings, which tracks occupancy costs for prime office space in 176 cities around the globe.
Shiyin Chen and Haslinda Amin BusinessWeek 04.05.2010
Mia Saini Forbes.com 03.05.2010
Leo Lewis Times Online 01.05.2010
Calum MacLeod USA Today 30.04.2010
Philip Aldrick Telegraph 30.04.2010
That's an awful lot of ducks and dumplings. The largest ever World's Fair blasts off tonight with a massive fireworks display over Shanghai. China expects about 400,000 daily visitors to consume 547 tons of food each day, from buns at 70 cents for three, to more pricey Beijing roast ducks — for the next six months.
International arrivals plunge drastically in wake of red-shirt turmoil; Tourism authority seeking Bt1.6bn budget to revive Thailand's image
SUCHEERA PINIJPARAKARN The Nation 28.04.2010
Emma Ross-Thomas and Andrew Davis Bloomberg.com 28.04.2010
New York Times