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Europ Invest to plough EUR 400m in new outlet projects
Date: 23 November 2009
Category: Market Watch
Belgian retail property company Europ Invest has unveiled plans to develop eight new retail outlet centres in Italy, Croatia, Greece and Morocco covering a total retail area of over 150,000 m2. The company, headquartered in Maasmechelen, Belgium and with offices in Italy, expects total investment for the centres to amount to some EUR 400 mln.
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