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WASHINGTON, DC-US CRE development generated $303.4 billion of economic activity in 2012, up nearly 16% from 2011′s tally of $261.6 billion in 2011, while adding 307.5 million square feet to the nationwide total, up 29% from the new space built in the prior year. Yet governmental uncertainty threatens such double-digit gains from being achieved again in the next few years, the NAIOP Research Foundation says in a report to be published Monday. GlobeSt.com exclusively obtained the report prior to its publication.

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