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AusSuper set to bolster stake in UK’s King’s Cross

Published on February 4th, 2016

AustralianSuper is tipped to consolidate its holdings in the London King’s Cross regeneration scheme by acquiring a further stake for £420m ($601.2m) The superannuation scheme already has a 25% holding…

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