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Singapore is top for REIT IPOs as Hong Kong listings struggle

Published on July 5th, 2013

Weaker equity markets around Asia are hitting plans for real estate investment trust and property company flotations. But Singapore’s initial public offering market seems to be doing better than Hong…

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