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Link joins up with mainland through mall buy in Beijing

Published on April 13th, 2015

Hong Kong’s Link REIT has made its first mainland China acquisition: the 74,000m2 EC Mall in Beijing’s Zhongguancun high-tech area. The vendors were Infrared NF and Singapore’s Metro Holdings, and…

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