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QIC to invest in Melbourne

Published on January 4th, 2014

Queensland Investment Corporation plans to invest more than A$1bn ($950m) into retail and office projects in Melbourne, including a A$575m redevelopment of the Eastland shopping centre in Ringwood; a proposed…

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