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AIG seeks $3.2bn for IFC complex in giant Seoul disposal

Published on October 12th, 2015

Realisation of high price tag may depend on vendor’s ability to let remaining space in trophy Yeoido asset AIG Global Real Estate is to put its flagship International Finance Centre…

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