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CPPIB joins with China Vanke to inject $250m into residential development across China…

Published on April 12th, 2014

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has formed a joint venture with China Vanke to invest $250m in China’s residential market. The venture will focus on middle-income residential developments in large…

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