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White knight Sunac China rides in with Kaisa rescue bid

Published on February 9th, 2015

Rival’s deal for stake in Kaisa could bail out developer mired in graft investigation Troubled China developer Kaisa Group looks set to be rescued by peer Sunac China Holdings. Kaisa,…

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