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Rosemont venture takes Hong Kong’s Gemini into US

Published on September 14th, 2015

Sino Ocean Land subsidiary joins up with US partner Rosemont Realty for office investment programme Hong Kong’s Gemini Investments has formed a joint venture to invest in US office property….

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