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Bright Ruby splashes S$1bn in Singapore

Published on January 6th, 2014

Chinese investor builds up Singapore presence with purchase of Grand Park Hotel and Orchard Road mall  Chinese investor Bright Ruby has spent nearly a billion dollars on a single Singapore…

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