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Ascendas China Parks Fund pulls in S$333m

Published on May 11th, 2015

Singapore’s Ascendas has raised S$333m ($250.4m) for its latest China fund and committed the equity to a number projects. Ascendas China Business Parks Fund 4 will invest in a portfolio…

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