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Nan Fung seals Treasury men’s Forterra stake

Published on January 6th, 2014

Nan Fung has completed the acquisition of a 26.9% stake in Forterra Trust and 100% of the business trust’s management company. The Hong Kong developer purchased the stake in Forterra,…

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