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KTB adds to rush of deals in Seoul with $316m Twin Tree Towers sale

Published on August 1st, 2013

KTB Asset Management has sold the Twin Tree Towers in Seoul to IGIS Asset Management for $316m. The transaction was the second largest in the Seoul market during the first…

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