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With Lim Ee Seng at the helm, FCL's assets have grown from S$5 billion in 2004 to almost S$17 billion this year.

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Mr Lim: "FCL is better positioned now than ever before to continue making waves in the global real estate sector, and to offer opportunities for all our stakeholders to grow with us."

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The developer's multi-award winning Central Park mixed-use project in Sydney, which includes One Central Park, was declared the Best Tall Building Worldwide by Chicago's Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.

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In China, where Frasers Centrepoint has been present since 2001, the developer has concentrated its efforts in three key cities - Shanghai, Chengdu and Suzhou, where it has a number of projects including the residential Baitang One (above) in Suzhou.

A CALCULATED bet made more than 10 years ago by Singapore property developer Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL) to tether its growth to the real estate markets of China and Australia has paid off spectacularly under the stewardship of its group chief executive Lim Ee Seng.

Since he took

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