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AIA may top China Life’s record Hong Kong buy

Published on December 14th, 2015

China Life Insurance has agreed to buy a Hong Kong office tower in Kowloon for a record HK$5.85bn ($754.7m). However, Hong Kong-listed insurer AIA Group is reported to be close…

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