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Korea’s NPS picks Carlyle to guide $1bn China offices push

Published on March 1st, 2013

State pension fund awards US private equity group Carlyle a mandate for core-plus/value-added deals Korea’s National Pension Service is set to break into the Chinese office sector. The state pension…

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