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Hong Kong property fund eyes $400m in Japanese investments

Goodwin Gaw, chairman of Gaw Capital Partners

HONG KONG -- Gaw Capital Partners plans a surge of investment in Japanese hotels, commercial buildings and other real estate over the next two years, aiming to profit from brisk foreign tourism.

The Hong Kong real estate fund manager sees Japan as a critical market and will spend $300 million to $400 million on property in the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya areas by 2017, Chairman Goodwin Gaw told The Nikkei.

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