South Korean pension fund buys Brisbane propertyBY KARREN VERGARA | TUESDAY, 7 MAR 2017 11:52AM
A South Korean pension fund purchased a landmark office building in Brisbane, showcasing the increased international investment in Australian real estate stretches beyond Sydney and Melbourne.Read more: South Korea, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, AXA Investment Managers Real Assets, Eureka Real Assets, Cho Yun Seok, Frank Khoo, Green Square South Tower
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