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Malaysia’s EPF builds European logistics strength with €100m portfolio buy

Published on September 14th, 2015

Malaysia’s Employees Provident Fund has continued its European logistics push with a €100m ($70.3m) pan-European deal. AsiaProperty’s sister title EuroProperty reported that the fund, which manages more than $175bn of…

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