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High-risk alternatives offer high rewards for the bold

Published on February 4th, 2016

Undersupply in China’s data centre, healthcare and carparking sectors make them attractive investment areas, but the regulatory and cultural complexities mean such niche plays are risky for foreign entrants With…

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