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Ayala plans huge Philippines push

Published on March 9th, 2015

Philippines-listed Ayala Land plans to triple the size of its Philippines real estate portfolio by 2020. The Ayala conglomerate subsidiary said it would spend PHP100bn ($2.2bn) this year on expanding…

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