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Minsheng to inject £1bn into ABP’s London business park

Published on March 9th, 2015

Shanghai-based investor backs Chinese developer ABP’s Asian Business Port Minsheng Investment Co has announced its intention to back Chinese developer ABP’s plans for a London business park to the tune…

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