According to Chen Limin, an executive with Jones Lang LaSalle\'s China region, demand is still outpacing supply in the Shanghai office market, and rents, sale prices, and investment returns all are trending upward.Though the residential real estate market has taken a downturn in recent months, Shanghai\'s office space stayed hot through the end of 2005. In 2004, rental of prime office space in Shanghai averaged US$0.72 per square meter per day, and this rose 25% to US$0.98 in 2005. Purchase price of the same was up to US$3688 in the third quarter of 2005, or 9% over the second quarter, and this trend

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