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Fosun also targets Milan in former bank HQ deal

Published on May 11th, 2015

Chinese conglomerate Fosun International has agreed to buy a former bank headquarters in the centre of Milan for €345m ($384.5m) from a fund managed by Italian investment manager IDeA Fimit….

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