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Property deal drives new automotive trustBY DARREN SNYDER | WEDNESDAY, 19 AUG 2015 11:25AM
Property group Charter Hall has launched a Direct Automotive Trust seeded by the acquisition of three high-profile retail properties for more than $100 million.
Read more: Charter Hall, AHG, Direct Automotive Trust, Sydney, Investment, ASX, Head, API, ASX: AHG, Australian Securities Exchange, Automotive Holdings Group, Brisbane, Bronte Howson, Castle Hill, Charter Hall Direct Automotive Trust, David Harrison, Kirrawee, Prestons, Property Investments, Richard Stacker, September 2015
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