SA Corporate Real Estate plans to sell its office portfolio to focus on convenient shopping centres that mainly have shops selling high-demand products such as food and pharmaceuticals.     

The company’s decision to reduce its office assets comes as the industry is expected to be hit by the changes brought by Covid-19, including less demand for commercial space and the improving performance of convenience retail. 

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