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Lime Tree buys stake in China’s Sunsea Parking Management

Published on December 14th, 2015

LimeTree Capital has bought a majority stake in China’s largest car park manager. We Park, a wholly-owned subsidiary of LimeTree’s China Car Parking Investment Fund, has taken an 80% stake…

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