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PARIS-Office construction in the Paris area is at its lowest level for six years, and while there is plenty of available space, there is the risk of a shortage from 2012 if demand picks up, according to the latest Crane Survey of property consultant Drivers Jonas.

“This weak level of new space under construction should allow the absorption of recently completed available space,” said Drivers Jonas France President Christopher Armon-Jones. “However there will soon be a need for new office development to begin in order to be able to respond to occupiers’ requirements from 2012 on.”

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