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Ivanhoé Cambridge and APG buy into Shanghai developer

Published on July 13th, 2015

Dutch pensions group and Canadian property firm take big stake in Chongbang Ivanhoé Cambridge and APG Asset Management have invested a total of $920m in Shanghai developer Chongbang Group. The…

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