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US investor takes stake in Florida Westfield malls

Published on April 11th, 2013

Westfield Group has sold a half stake in six US shopping centres for $700m. US firm O’Connor Capital Partners has taken 49.9% stakes in the Florida portfolio, while Westfield will…

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