Asian cities command half of the world's top ten most expensive office space, according to a new survey by property firm JLL.
Hong Kong topped the rankings followed by London and Beijing.
JLL said it costs $262 per square foot per year for top-quality office space in the Chinese territory because of strong tenant demand and short supply.
Shanghai, Tokyo and Delhi also made the list, with the city state of Singapore missing the top ten by just one spot.
"A large part of the global growth is now driven out of Asia and international businesses will continue to be keen to set up their presence in the region," Chris Archibold, head of markets at JLL Singapore said.
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