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  • Going Dark: Is Net Lease Immune to Turmoil in Big-Box Retail?

    Is retail a victim of the Internet and heading the way of the horse and buggy? While big-box stores have been hit hard by both technological and economic trends, net-lease players still report that closings for single-tenant properties have been muted. By Keat Foong.

    National 13 March 2012 16:14

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