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BlackRock places S$4bn price tag on Asia Square tower

Published on June 8th, 2015

Large investors including sovereign funds are likely to team up for giant purchase of trophy Singapore tower BlackRock Real Estate is preparing to put Tower 1 of its Asia Square…

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