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Japan firm plans 100b yen boost to hotel ventures

Rising inbound tourism, government hospitality targets prompt Hulic's move

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Hulic Co is seeking to invest as much as 100 billion yen (S$1.2 billion) over the next five years in hotels in Japan amid rising inbound tourism in the country - PHOTO: AFP

[TOKYO] Hulic Co is seeking to invest as much as 100 billion yen (S$1.2 billion) over the next five years in hotels in Japan amid rising inbound tourism in the country. Hulic, the second-best performer among Japanese real estate firms in the past two years, is looking to acquire properties for

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