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Greenland expands Australian assets with Sydney site deal

Published on October 12th, 2015

Greenland Group has added another Sydney development site to its Australian portfolio. The Chinese state-backed developer bought a 1.5ha plot in Macquarie Park, North Sydney, from the New South Wales…

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