Call for Thai investors to cash in on Tokyo Olympics in 2020

Thai investors are being urged to put their money into Japanese property, especially in hotels and elderly care centres, as demand is forecast to surge with the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Yoshihiko Oda, president of Kagaya Hotels Corporation, which operates five …
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