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DTZ set For Oz Listing as UGl Demerges Property Services

Published on January 6th, 2014

Services firm UGl plans to demerge DTZ and list it on the Australian stock exchange by the end of June 2015. UGl bought the previously UK-listed real estate services firm…

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