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December News in Brief

Published on December 9th, 2014

Sunac ponders scrapping deal for stake in Greentown China Sunac China is considering abandoning its HK$6.3bn ($812.7m) purchase of a 24.3% stake in fellow Hong Kong-listed developer Greentown China, announced…

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