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23 May 2018 Mosaic Shanghai welcomes Fila's largest flagship store in Greater China Retail asset management specialist Pradera Retail Asia, the asset manager of Mosaic Shanghai, announced today that international sportswear brand FILA has relaunched its flagship store at Mosaic Shanghai. 13 March 2018 Mosaic Qingdao Welcomes Opening of the First Eartharbor Store in Qingdao Eartharbor, which innovatively combines boutique supermarket, specialty restaurants and IP concept, joins an expanding list of retailers merging online and offline experiences as people shift to quality-oriented purchases and experience-based consumption. 6 February 2018 Pradera Retail Asia to welcome Asia’s first Dungeon attraction to Mosaic Shanghai Retail asset management specialist Pradera Retail Asia, the asset manager of Mosaic Shanghai, delivers a warm welcome for the introduction of The Shanghai Dungeon at Mosaic Shanghai. A groundbreaking ceremony was held today, marking the first public debut of the ‘Dungeon’ attraction in Asia.

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Turkey
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Czech Republic
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Homepark Targówek
Domoteka, 1st floor
Malborska 41 str.
03-286 Warsaw
Poland
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Munich
Pradera Management Germany GmbH
c/o Mindspace, Viktualienmarkt 8
D-80331 Munich
Germany
Hong Kong
Pradera Hong Kong Limited 1202
Ruttonjee House
11 Duddell Street
Central
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3107 3820
Shanghai
Pradera Retail Asia
Level 5
Unit 502
No. 353 Nanjing East Road
Huangpu District
Shanghai 200001
China
Tel: +86 21 6029 3599
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Prime rents buoyant as consumer confidence ticks up

In the Eurozone, the economic recovery broadened and deepened during the first three months of 2015, with regional GDP growth coming in at an impressive 0.4%, quarter over quarter—the fastest rate of growth in nearly two years. Growth appears to be driven by domestic demand, with consumption benefiting from the lower cost of energy. Spain was the standout market in Q1 2015, with growth of 0.9% over the quarter. France registered growth of 0.6%, quarter over quarter—a figure well ahead of expectations and a big improvement on the 0% growth recorded in Q4 2014. Italy re-entered positive territory, with GDP expanding by 0.3% over the same period. Germany also recorded slower growth as net trade dragged on the Eurozone’s largest economy. Growth fell to 0.3% from the previous quarter’s 0.7%. Although the European Commission’s March economic sentiment survey showed significant improvement among consumers and in the broader retail sector, Eurostat’s March retail sales data for the Eurozone was weaker than expected, falling 0.8% month over month but increasing 1.6% year over year. Month-over-month declines were recorded in automotive fuel sales, which dropped 2.7%, and non-food product sales, which declined by 0.8%.

Prime retail rents in global markets were either stable or recorded steady growth in the first quarter of the year. The period saw a degree of volatility in the rental rankings due to the uneven economic recovery, but retail markets are generally performing well, particularly in the Eurozone. The list of the 10 most expensive global retail markets saw a number of slight changes from Q4 2014. Paris moved up from fourth to third, swapping places with London, whilst Melbourne moved up a place to seventh, exchanging positions with Sydney. Hong Kong retained its status as the world’s most expensive retail market. However, leasing activity was sluggish due to changing patterns of tourist consumption and concern.

Source: CB Richard Ellis, 26th June 2015

Retail News

Retail sales forecast to grow in CEE over next decade

EE retail sales are forecast to expand at between 4.2%-7.6% per annum in the next decade, according to a new research report published by broker Colliers International.

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European real estate investment up 12% in Q3 2017

Total real estate investment in Europe reached €66bn in Q3 2017, representing a 12% increase on the same period last year, according to the latest report from global real estate advisor, CBRE.

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Wave of shopping centre closures in the US won’t be replicated in Europe

Europe’s retail market is ahead of the curve in dealing with global structural change, according to a new research report published by JLL. The report - ‘Structural changes in retail – why Europe and the US are different’ - says the wave of shopping centre closures in the US won’t be replicated in Europe thanks to smaller market size, less reliance on department stores and movement towards shopping experiences.

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Online giant blending offline and online grocery and it's not Amazon

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has stepped up its efforts to combine physical retail with online in the supermarket space. The Chinese e-commerce behemoth has opened three new membership supermarkets, under the Hema banner, in Beijing and Shanghai, that seamlessly blend offline features with physical retail.

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Rebound in UK investments

Europe posted a strong second quarter with over €74bn in investments. This brings the total for H1 2017 to €130bn, which represents an increase of 13% compared to the same period in 2016.

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Sustained strong investment momentum in Germany

The German Commercial property investment market set another record in the first half of 2017 with an investment volume of €25.8 bn, which represents an increase of 45% compared to the year-earlier period.

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