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Keppel bids to take real estate arm private

Published on February 9th, 2015

Keppel Corporation has launched a S$7.1bn ($5.2bn) offer to take property arm Keppel Land private. The move contrasts with Cheung Kong’s plan to separate its property and non-property arms. If…

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