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Goldman Sachs gains slice of Piramal’s property arm in $150m Indian deal

Published on September 14th, 2015

US investment bank Goldman Sachs has invested $150m in Indian developer Piramal Realty. The bank bought a minority stake in conglomerate Piramal Group’s real-estate development arm. The deal follows a…

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