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Cheung Kong chairman Li Ka-shing named Property Personality of the Year

Published on December 14th, 2015

Veteran’s reorganisation of Cheung Kong Holdings amid criticism at home recognised in AsiaProperty awards Real estate veteran Li Ka-shing has been voted Property Personality of the Year in the AsiaProperty…

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