Published at: 2020-03-17 13:36 | Author: Robert McLean
The last two weeks have blown up all of the predictions and assumptions...
The last two weeks have blown up all of the predictions and assumptions that went into planning companies in the real estate sector made for 2020. There’s no way to know when the coronavirus arrived in Italy, but the announcement of the country’s first known case of COVID-19 on January 28 set off an initial moment of panic. Airplane bookings to Italy fell quickly in the coming days, but when no news of further cases emerged, life seemed to return to normal. Then came February 20, when Italian au...

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