Goldman Sachs Group Inc. will add to its ¥2 trillion in Japanese properties acquired since 1998, betting real estate is short of its peak after a two-year rally.
Goldman, Wall Street’s most profitable securities firm, plans to invest about ¥200 billion this year in Japanese property, said Toshinobu Kasai, a managing director who oversees the firm’s real estate investments in the country.
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