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Bids on Singapore office blocks fall short

Published on September 14th, 2015

Blackrock’s Asia Square Tower 1 and Alpha Investment Partners’ Capital Square stake still on the market Domestic and international bidders are lining up for Blackrock’s Asia Square Tower 1, on…

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