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Vanke and Fosun join Chinese push for stakes in New York

Published on May 11th, 2015

Vanke buys $125m share in Bush Tower with possible residential conversion angle, while Fosun takes stake in resi scheme with view to attracting Chinese buyers Chinese investors made a big…

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