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Blackstone to take Hong Kong’s Tysan private

Published on January 6th, 2014

Blackstone Group is set to take Hong Kong-listed development and construction company Tysan Holdings private after a HK$2.5bn ($322.3m) cash bid. The bid is backed by Blackstone’s new Asia real…

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