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CPPIB strikes f irst Korean deal

Published on January 6th, 2014

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has acquired a 50% interest in an office tower in Gangnam, Seoul for KRW126bn ($115.2m), in its first deal in Korea. The fund invested via Samsung…

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