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Sino debuts in Australia with $427m luxury resi scheme

Published on January 5th, 2014

Sino International Development will make its first investment in Australia with a A$450m ($427m) residential project in Melbourne. Chinese developer Sino will build 800-1,000 luxury town houses, terraces and apartments on…

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