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Guangzhou outlet mall is third in China for TH Real Estate

Published on October 12th, 2015

TH Real Estate has opened its third Chinese outlet mall, reflecting growing demand for the ‘outlet village’ concept in the country. The 1.3m sq ft Florentia Village Designer Outlet Mall…

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