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R&F sells 80% of Guangzhou tower in drive to slash debt

Published on May 11th, 2014

R&F Properties has sold an 80% stake in a Guangzhou office tower for $755m in one of the largest deals in Southern China. An unnamed domestic investor bought the interest…

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