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Asian investors swallow Palmer’s slice of Big Orange

Published on July 5th, 2013

Palmer Capital Asia has sold its investment in the Big Orange Self Storage Partnership for a total of $136m. The fund interest in Asia’s first self-storage vehicle and a share…

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