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Brick by brick

“Will we continue our investment decisions in the Chinese mainland? The short answer is yes. Irrespective of the short-term volatility, during this period of Covid, we still see the fundamentals”

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Tim Blackburn, chief executive of Swire Properties, speaks to the South China Morning Post about the firm’s 10-year $12.7 billion investment plan in Shenzhen, where it will develop its Taikoo Li and Taikoo Hui mixed-use projects. Swire has a 150-year history in China and Blackburn said the Shenzhen investment is aligned with “the Greater Bay Area story”.


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