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SAFE’s Gingko Tree branches into UK regions with green office buy

Published on March 1st, 2013

Gingko Tree Investment, a vehicle of China’s SAFE investment company, has moved into the UK regional office market. It has bought a 49% stake in a £142m ($213.3m) sale-and- leaseback…

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