Although Singapore may not convince all the regional Reits to list on the Singapore market, the city state may eventually solidify its position as Asia's centre for investing in public real estate if the government continues offering major tax incentives and a transparent, efficient marketplace that continues to satisfy investor demands. The article was contributed by Alok Chanani and Susan Wachter, co-director at the Centre for Asset Securitisation in Asia in the Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics at SMU.

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