Bangkok remains among the five cheapest locations for office costs in the world, according to a survey by the Singapore-based international property adviser DTZ Debenham Tie Leung. The 13th annual Global Occupancy Cost Survey 2009 found that Bangkok ranked 112th globally as measured by office costs per workstation, at US$2,580 per workstation per year, a 5% decrease from 2008. The report is a guide to total office occupancy costs in 116 business districts in 49 countries and territories. Bangkok also ranked fifth-lowest in the 2008 global survey.
Bangkok a top-five bargain for offices
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