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Shanghai Pengxin purchase of Spark building ditched by developer

Mansons ditches Shanghai Pengxin's deal to buy Spark building after protracted OIO approval goes nowhere.

Sally Lindsay
Mon, 23 Mar 2015

One of the Spark [NZX: SPK] buildings in Auckland’s downtown Victoria Quarter is back on the market after prominent Chinese buyer Shanghai Pengxin spent seven months trying to get OIO approval that went nowhere.

Building owner Mansons TCLM pulled the plug on the deal a few weeks ago after losing

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Sally Lindsay
Mon, 23 Mar 2015
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