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India’s Tata seeks domestic backers for INR6bn fund

Published on January 4th, 2014

Tata Realty and Infrastructure has launched a INR6bn ($97m) property fund. The fund, launched in conjunction with Tata Asset Management, will invest in income-generating assets and is targeting domestic investors….

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