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Bidders vie to break big-deals drought with Seoul IFC buy

Published on April 12th, 2016

Vendor AIG expected to accept price below initial $3bn estimates, as wide bid-ask spread hampers Asian deals A select group of bidders is lining up for AIG’s Seoul IFC complex,…

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