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Mapletree rakes in $1.3bn from oversubscribed China Commercial Trust flotation in Singapore

Published on March 1st, 2013

Shares in Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust soared in early trading after its initial public offering was 30 times oversubscribed. The Singapore REIT, which owns Festival Walk shopping centre in…

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