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Japanese developers fuel Southeast Asia's luxury condo boom

Market of 600 million consumers draw builders in search of growth

Japanese condominium developers are active across cities in Southeast Asia such as Bangkok, where rising incomes are fueling demand for luxury housing.   © Reuters

MANILA/TOKYO -- Japanese real estate developers and homebuilders are tapping into growing demand for luxury condominiums in Southeast Asia, a market of 600 million increasingly wealthy consumers.

Japanese companies have built 30,000 residential units in the region in the past five years and are planning to develop around 80,000 more in the next five years, according to Nikkei's calculations.

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