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Sun Hung Kai pays record land price for site in Shanghai’s Puxi

Published on January 6th, 2014

Hong Kong-listed developer pays $3.5bn for Shanghai’s last big development site  Sun Hung Kai Properties has made a record winning bid for a development site in China. Asia’s largest developer…

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