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Brookf ield looks to cash in on A$2bn of Australian properties

Published on October 12th, 2015

High prices come at the right time for reinvestment in A$1bn Sydney scheme Brookfield Asset Management has close to A$2bn ($1.44bn) of Australian assets on the market. The Canadian investment…

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