NEW YORK CITY-“Sluggish” is the word Cushman & Wakefield uses to describe economic recovery in the US since the recession technically ended in June 2009. However, it is a recovery nonetheless, albeit stronger in other key Americas nations than in the US.

The progress that the US and other Americas markets have made is comparable to that seen in Europe, where forecasts for 2010 overall have been upgraded lately, although there’s an increasing disparity between individual countries. Both regions, though, have been left in the dust by the Asia Pacific countries, according to C&W’s Economic Pulse reports for the three global regions, issued Tuesday.

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