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Why Taiwan Offers Growing Opportunities for Business Centers? - Officing Today features The Executive Centre's serviced office market forecast

The Executive Centre, Asia Pacific’s leading premium serviced office provider, anticipates a positive outlook for the Taiwan serviced office market in 2013. Officing Today features the forecast in their recent news article. Taiwan’s serviced office sector is enjoying the stability of a mature market with rental difference of 2 percent to 3 percent per year (up or down). With that history in mind, minimum short-term growth is likely to occur in 2013 as indices show that the market is still recovering. Business center vacancy rate may drop indebted to occasional leasing transactions from relocation and expansion. However, greater potential is waiting when a closer mainland China-Taiwan economic relation is achieved through Cross-Taiwan Strait Currency Settlement Mechanism. The Executive Centre is pressing into the opportunity. The Executive Centre has a network of 50 centers in 18 cities across Asia Pacific. Paul Salikow, Chairman and CEO of The Executive Centre, says his firm is well equipped to harvest from the much anticipated boom that the market can provide. To read Officing Today's article in full, please click here.  
About The Executive Centre

The Executive Centre is the leading premium serviced office provider in Asia Pacific with over 80 centres in 21 cities. Founded in 1994, it operates in Hong Kong, Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Jakarta, Bangalore, Chennai,Pune, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. The Executive Centre provides serviced offices, virtual office representation services, meeting and conference facilities, and business concierge services to multinational corporations, small and medium enterprises, and start-ups locally, regionally and internationally. Please visit our Web site at

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