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NAN FUNG GROUP

Published on January 6th, 2014

The family-controlled Hong Kong developer is looking to expand its mainland Chinese portfolio after buying into Forterra Trust, owner of Shanghai’s RMB8bn The HQ project  Nan Fung Group will use…

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