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Taubman Asia and Wangfujing set for second China mall

Published on February 1st, 2013

Taubman Asia and Beijing Wangfujing Department Store are to co-operate on a second Chinese shopping centre project. The joint venture will own and manage a 1.46m sq ft mall in…

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