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LONDON-North American and Middle East investors are the major drivers of increased activity in the European commercial real estate market and buyers from outside the region account for more than a quarter of all transactions in the first half of 2013, according to the latest data from CBRE Group, Inc.

The total value of commercial real estate investment activity in Europe continued to grow in Q2 2013 at 6% higher than the total for Q1 2013. The $42.4 billion (€32.6B) recorded during the quarter shows a 22% increase over the same quarter last year and is the highest Q2 total since 2007.

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