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Norway’s $865bn oil fund to drill into Asian property field

Published on May 11th, 2014

Sovereign fund’s Asian real estate investment strategy is expected to focus on Japan first, then Australia  The Norwegian state’s $865bn oil fund is set to make its first real estate…

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