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Real estate head outlines Singapore sovereign’s three- pronged strategy to extend Asian property reign

Published on December 14th, 2015

Real Estate president Goh Kok Huat stresses the importance of investment giant GIC’s partnership approach, as it targets income-producing assets, including those in emerging markets such as India Income growth,…

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