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July News In Brief

Published on July 11th, 2014

Brookfield spends INR35bn on Indian special economic zones Brookfield Asset Management is buying four Indian special economic zones from Unitech Corporate Parks (UCP), plus a 60% share holding in another…

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Companies & People

COMPANIES AND PEOPLE

Seek takes chair of GlP board Dr Seek Ngee Huat has been appointed as chairman of the board of Global Logistic Properties, following Ang Kong Hua’s retirement from the board....

Company Profiles

UNION INVESTMENT

As part of a move to globalise and diversify its investments beyond Europe, the German fund manager recently struck its first deals to establish an Australian portfolio and rebuild its...

Diary

July Diary

Free advice is Lau’s cheap policy on China Life London HQ deal It’s not easy going from one of the world’s biggest investors to self-employment. Bei Capital, which is run...

News

July News In Brief

Brookfield spends INR35bn on Indian special economic zones Brookfield Asset Management is buying four Indian special economic zones from Unitech Corporate Parks (UCP), plus a 60% share holding in another...

Investors

International buyers seek to tap Asia’s dynamism

Asia is no longer considered a high-risk region and is on the radar of the world’s biggest real estate investors, offering them the chance to diversify into markets with higher...

Research

X’ian fuels western China growth as high-tech occupiers arrive

Growing services sector demand and increased prime office stock are accelerating the development of the north-west Chinese city of X’ian as an office location, Savills research claims. Primarily known for...

Research

Key data: Non-listed sector

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Investors

Oz super funds look past Asia to Western pastures

Australian pension funds are turning to foreign investment as they outgrow a supply-limited domestic market. However, Asia looks set to miss out as they target stable and mature European and...

Research

Key data: Listed Sector

• Asia Pacific was the best- performing region for listed property in June, according to the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT indices. • The Developed Asia Index rose 1.4%, compared with a 0.9%...

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