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Fosun bolsters Resolution in Europe with €800m for fund…

Published on December 14th, 2015

Chinese investor makes big commitment to joint venture’s value-added vehicle Fosun is to commit €800m ($873.8m) of equity to Resolution Property’s latest real estate fund – one of the largest…

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