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Chinese manager Cinda takes GuocoLand’s Beijing project

Published on September 14th, 2015

China Cinda Asset Management has agreed to buy a Beijing development from GuocoLand for RMB10.5bn ($1.64bn). The Guoson Centre in the city’s Dongcheng district comprises shopping centres, an office building…

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