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First healthcare J-REIT joins raft of Q4 Asian property flotations

Published on October 13th, 2014

The Asia Pacific listed property sector is set for a busy final quarter, with several initial public offerings planned in Japan and Australia. Daiwa Real Estate Asset Management will list…

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