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City Developments bags $500m green loan

Fresh property news selection on Monday, April 8. 2019.

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A green loan of $400m with a three-year term is provided by DBS Bank, which is the advisor for the loan. Another green loan of $10m with a two-year term is provided by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), which is the structuring advisor for the loan.

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