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PSP splashes NZ$1bn on New Zealand property

Published on July 11th, 2014

Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board has bought a New Zealand commercial real estate portfolio for NZ$1bn ($881.4m). The 18 assets were held in the AMP Capital Property Portfolio, managed…

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