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Far East set for HK$20bn return to Hong Kong

Published on July 11th, 2014

Far East Consortium International plans to spend HK$20bn ($2.5bn) in Hong Kong, after a decade away from the market. “We have not participated in Hong Kong land sales for 10…

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