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Pramerica snaps up Dragon’s last treasure in Shanghai

Published on February 4th, 2016

Pramerica Real Estate Investors has bought the last remaining property from ARA Asset Management’s Asian Dragon Fund. PREI is understood to have bought Waterfront Shanghai for around RMB800m ($121.6m) for…

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