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China mall owner floats assets in Singapore

Published on December 14th, 2015

The Singapore initial public offering of Chinese mall owner BHG Retail REIT was fully subscribed and the IPO will proceed at S$0.80 ($0.57) per unit, the trust manager said as…

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