Norway’s oil fund makes first Asian property investment

Norway’s $1tn oil fund is eyeing further property deals in Tokyo after making its first real estate investment in Asia. The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund has been scouring the region since 2015 for property but concluded its first deal only on …
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