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TCT close to offloading Shanghai office block

Published on February 1st, 2013

Treasury China Trust is understood to be close to a sale of Central Plaza, a RMB1.8bn ($288.5m) Shanghai office complex. The Singapore-listed business trust has had the building on the…

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