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Blackstone greenlights deal for GE’s Japanese resi business

Published on December 9th, 2014

Blackstone has confirmed that it will buy GE Real Estate’s Japanese residential business, as exclusively reported in AsiaProperty in October. The US private equity firm said its funds will acquire…

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