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Gaw leads $928m purchase of Beijing’s Pacific Century Place

Published on April 12th, 2014

A Gaw Capital-led consortium has bought Pacific Century Place in Beijing for $928m from Pacific Century Premium Developments, the real estate arm of Richard Li’s PCCW. “This is a rare…

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