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Property groups looking through the schooner glassBY DARREN SNYDER | FRIDAY, 15 MAY 2015 11:15AM
Australian property groups who recently made hospitality acquisitions may feel their choices are vindicated by a new report suggesting alcohol consumption has "rebounded" in the country.
Read more: OECD, Australia, Charter Hall, Woolworths, Head, ALH Hotels, BWS, Charter Hall media briefing, Dan Murphy, David Harrison, Development, Economic Co-operation, Economics, General, Germany, Investment, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Nick Kelly, Organisation, Property Investment earnings, Richard Stacker, United Kingdom, United States
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