CapitaLand aims to double assets in Japan to S$5 billion

TOKYO — CapitaLand, Southeast Asia’s largest property company, is increasing its Japanese property acquisitions, mainly in Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo, in an effort to double assets under management there to 5 billion Singapore dollars ($3.6 billion …
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