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CapitaLand's Raffles City Chongqing on track, within budget

CEO Lim Ming Yan says S$4.9b mixed-use project's main selling point is prime location in Chaotianmen area

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CapitaLand's Mr Lim said: "This is the most iconic location you can find in the whole of Chongqing, and someone even told me in all of China." On Wednesday, the Chinese government announced that Chongqing would be one of seven new free trade zones in the country.

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CapitaLand's Mr Lim said: "This is the most iconic location you can find in the whole of Chongqing, and someone even told me in all of China." On Wednesday, the Chinese government announced that Chongqing would be one of seven new free trade zones in the country.

Chongqing, China

EXACTLY four years after breaking ground, CapitaLand's massive Raffles City Chongqing project is on track and the first phase of the 24 billion yuan (S$4.9 billion) mixed-use development is expected to open in the second half of 2018.

The office towers will be the

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