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Country Garden looks to grow in Australia with Meriton buy

Published on December 9th, 2014

Head of Australia’s biggest resi developer seeks $10bn price from Chinese buyer Chinese developer Country Garden is in talks to buy Meriton, Australia’s largest residential developer, in a deal that…

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