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Gateway cities will continue to attract real estate investing

Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 05:50

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GIC wants to implement systems that would help it undertake asset management "better and faster", says Mr Goh.

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GATEWAY cities will likely still hold their unique proposition for real estate investing, even as rapid changes brought about by technology is increasingly shaping the way asset managers pick winning assets.

GIC chief operating officer Goh Kok Huat said: "If you look at

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