London Wins! It Has the Most Expensive Office Space

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  London overtook Hong Kong in 2012 to win the dubious accolade of world’s most expensive city for office space, according to a survey of 126 major cities by property agency DTZ. DTZ found, that on average, companies paid $23,500 per worker in 2012 to locate in prime office space in the West End, an area to the west of the historic City More...

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