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Wanda injects $1bn into Sydney mixed-use development

Published on February 9th, 2015

Wanda Group is to invest $1bn in a landmark Sydney mixed-use project. China’s largest private developer said No.1 Sydney would create 85,000m2 of residential and commercial space, including a five-star…

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