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Notice on Revision of Subscription Fee

03.26.2014

To Subscribers of Nikkei Real Estate Market Report residing in Japan; in line with the Consumption Tax Increase

The annual subscription fee of the Nikkei Real Estate Market Report for residents in Japan will be revised from April 2014 as indicated below. For current subscribers, the new fee will apply from the next subscription renewal and no additional fee will be charged for the current subscription.

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