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CHICAGO—Foreign investment in American industrial assets has jumped again in the past year, eclipsing the amount invested in 2007, and Canadians led the way, according to a new report by Avison Young’s industrial capital markets group. Foreign investment in industrial property from January until mid-November totaled $2.64 billion, compared to $2.33 billion in 2007. Canadian investment totaled $1.4 billion for 101 properties and South Korean investors came in second, paying $514 million for 23 properties.

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