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Alpha Investment Partners puts 50% stake in Singapore Capital Square tower on the block

Published on April 13th, 2015

Alpha Investment Partners is selling its 50% stake in a Singapore office tower for a rumoured S$500m ($369m). Pacific Champion Group, an Alpha Investment Partners subsidiary, has appointed CBRE and…

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