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Asian funds fall in line with ANREV reporting guidlines

Published on December 9th, 2014

Asian private real estate funds are doing well in living up to new reporting guidelines, research from ANREV and PwC shows. ANREV (the Asian Association for Investors in Non-listed Real…

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