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Morgan Stanley plans fund to enter core Asian territory

Published on April 12th, 2014

US investor better known as opportunistic player in Asia plans vehicle to target higher-yielding core assets  Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing is planning to launch a pan-Asia Pacific core real…

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