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Hong Kong’s Franshion to list hotels spin-off

Published on April 12th, 2014

Hong Kong-listed China developer Franshion Properties plans to raise new equity via a separate listing of its hotels arm. The hotels business generates RMB2.1bn ($338.8m), around 10% of the group’s…

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