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Greenland kicks off Malaysia drive with Danga Bay site

Published on May 11th, 2014

Greenland Group has made its first investment in Malaysia by acquiring a waterfront site in Iskandar Malaysia for RM600m ($184m). The state-owned developer bought the 5.6ha site on Danga Bay…

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