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PGGM ups Redwood China fund contribution by $144m

Published on July 11th, 2014

Dutch pension fund increases investment in logistics specialist’s Chinese fund  Logistics specialist The Redwood Group has secured a further $144m in equity from PGGM for its China fund. The vehicle…

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