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REITs to be at heart of 2016 Singapore property deals rush

Published on December 14th, 2015

CCT’s S$1bn office disposal will lead asset sales, while underperforming S-REITs are likely takeover targets Singapore is expected to be one of the region’s busiest markets next year, with the…

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