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Warburg Pincus consortium ups Vincom Retail stake in giant Vietnam deal

Published on July 13th, 2015

A consortium led by Warburg Pincus has raised its investment in Vietnamese developer Vincom Retail by $100m. The consortium has now invested $300m in the retail subsidiary of Vietnam’s largest…

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