February 2015 News in Brief | Asia Property

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February 2015 News in Brief

Published on February 9th, 2015

Preqin finds private equity firms struggling for capital and assets Real estate private equity firms are increasingly worried about sourcing assets and capital, a Preqin survey has found. More than…

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