U.S. Pension Giant Eyes Japan Property in Economic ‘Sweet Spot’

U.S. pension giant TIAA is setting its sights on Japanese real estate, betting Abenomics has the economy well placed to grow in coming years. The near 100-year-old firm, known for offering retirement products to teachers, plans to invest about $1 billion …
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