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LOS ANGELES—It may be home to none of the world’s 10 priciest markets in which to rent office space, but the US has a lock on increases in occupancy costs, according to CBRE Research data. Of 13 global office markets with year-over-year cost gains of 10% or greater during the third quarter, seven were in the US, while five of the top 10 and 18 of the 50 largest annual increases globally were experienced by office markets in this country. Among US cities in the 126 office markets CBRE covers globally, only one—suburban Chicago—saw a Y-O-Y decrease.

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