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Primewest accepts merger offerBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | FRIDAY, 4 JUN 2021 11:57AM
The founders of Primewest, who hold a 53% stake in the company, have accepted Centuria Capital Group's merger offer to become one of the largest real estate managers on the ASX.
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