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IOF unit holders set to block Dexus bid

Published on April 12th, 2016

Investa Office Fund’s management say bid undervalues vehicle, but expected rival bid has yet to emerge Unit holders are expected to vote against Dexus’s improved bid for Australia’s A$2.5bn ($1.86bn)…

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