HACCI-BOCA business forum
HACCI and BOCA discuss real estate investment and whether there is still good growth potential in the residential and commercial property markets at business forum
Bank of Cyprus and the Hellenic Australian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) hosted a business forum on Tuesday 22 May, where highlights include discussion on real estate investment and whether there is still good growth potential in the residential and commercial property markets.
Among those present was Real Estate View general manager Petra Sprekos and Gina Morgan, BOCA's Treasury Manager.
The next business forum will take place this month on Tuesday 19 June, and will focus on the Australia-Greece Bilateral Trade.
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