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S-REIT body to oppose “over-regulation”

Published on November 8th, 2014

New organisation challenges Singapore Monetary Authority proposals for tougher regulation of S-REIT sector A group of Singapore real estate investment trust managers have formed the REIT Association of Singapore –…

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