Moving on: Executives being relocated overseas last year...

File Cabinet

March 23, 1997

Moving on: Executives being relocated overseas last year were most likely to be sent to Britain, according to PHH Relocation. Britain's competitive labor costs and tax rates and its development as a transportation and European business center have made it more attractive for transfers.

Apartment glut: There may be an oversupply of apartments in some parts of the country this year, according to researchers at Salomon Brothers Inc. The researchers found that occupancy rates are up in much of the Northeast and in California, but are expected to be down in some big cities in the Southeast and Western cities including Las Vegas, Portland, Phoenix and Salt Lake City.

Pub Date: 3/23/97

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