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KaiLong set to spin off business parks as Singapore REIT

Published on May 11th, 2015

China’s KaiLong is planning to launch a Singapore REIT. The Shanghai-based real estate private equity firm, which is backed by PAG and Hong Kong’s Rykadan Capital, plans to float its…

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