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Gaw takes Dongja 8 stake in debut Seoul deal

Published on May 11th, 2014

Hong Kong’s Gaw Capital Partners has made its first Seoul investment, a 75% stake in a new development, for around $200m. The firm’s $1.025bn Gateway Fund IV bought the office,…

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