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Singapore’s GIC in the frame for Chennai IT park purchase

Published on May 11th, 2015

GIC Real Estate is tipped to be buying an IT park in Chennai, India, for INR8.6bn ($134m). Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund is believed to be looking at Shriram Group’s and…

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