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Regional Property Fund - Central Asia, Caucasus

Tuesday, October 21, 2008
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A SQUARE :: 21Oct08 Regional Property Fund - Central Asia, Caucasus
Category Real Estate
Author Sona Blessing
Invests in both listed companies in real estate and in the construction materials sector, and directly in properties, in development projects across residential, commercial, retail, land, industrial, warehousing, and hospitality segments - in Central Asia and the Caucasus
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