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China’s Fosun eyes stake in Euro manager Resolution

Published on April 13th, 2015

Chinese conglomerate Fosun is in advanced talks to buy a stake in opportunity fund manager Resolution Property, which is courting new investors ahead of a fresh capital raising, as first…

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