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AustralianSuper buys into big London and Honolulu projects

Published on April 13th, 2015

Giant Australian pension fund buys 25% stake in Hawaii shopping centre scheme and 25% share in central London redevelopment, as it steps up property allocation Australian Super has agreed two…

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