Cautiously optimistic crowd at Cannes heralds the end of "silly schemes" — but not silly names

A few weeks ago Piers Gough predicted that this year's Mipim would be a good one to attend. The property show on the shore at Cannes has always been well known as a place that's hard on the liver, gets overrun by delegates, but, importantly, is a place where deals ...

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