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Brisbane Mater acquired for $122.5mBY ELIZA BAVIN | FRIDAY, 9 OCT 2020 11:55AM
Mater Misericordiae, Queensland's largest Catholic, not-for-profit hospital, has been acquired by Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT for $122.5 million.
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