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AMP Capital infrastructure platform secures US$2.4bBY EMMA RAPAPORT | FRIDAY, 13 JAN 2017 12:32PM
AMP Capital secured US$2.4 billion ($3.2 billion) for its global infrastructure platform with Australian companies among more than 50 institutional investors committed to its global mandate.
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