Hong Kong real estate firm Gaw Capital plans to attract NGOs to revitalise local shopping centres after buyout

A Hong Kong property firm is planning to attract NGO tenants with low rent to revive some of the 17 shopping centres bought from the Link Reit, the company said on Wednesday, rejecting suspicions it was a speculator. Gaw Capital Partners led a consortium …
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