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Bright Ruby buys in Sydney as investors target Australia

Published on March 1st, 2013

Asian investors are ramping up their activities in Australia’s real estate market. Singapore-based commodities trading group Bright Ruby has made its second acquisition in Sydney, buying 231 Elizabeth Street from…

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