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Tom Noda, Philippines Correspondent for DEALSTREETASIA, has been a journalist for the past 12 years. He has worked with popular print and online media organizations such as Philstar.com (online version of The Philippine STAR), Computerworld Philippines magazine, The Manila Times national broadsheet, and Sun Star Pampanga daily community newspaper.

Australia: QIC to acquire seven of Forest City’s malls for $4b

QIC plans to buy out Forest City’s interest in seven of the 11 regional malls included in their joint venture.


Australia: Blue Sky exits pharmacy services firm HPS for $114m

The investment will generate a return in excess of 25 per cent [aper annum] net of fees for investors in Blue Sky’s HPS funds.


S Korea’s E-Land sells Modern House brand to MBK Partners for $626m

E-Land will use the deal’s proceeds for debt payments.


China: CBB International, HG Capital lead $100m round in app maker Chubao

Sequoia China, Qiming, SIG also joined in the round.


Australia: Charter Hall buys Parramatta tower from Dexus for $229m

Australian property group Charter Hall Group has closed a deal with real estate company Dexus Property Group to acquire a Grade A office tower at Parramatta in Sydney for $229 million. Dexus informed the Australian bourse that it exchanged contracts to sell the property to a joint venture of Charter… Read more »


Philippines: ABCI buys out Blaze Capital to boost railway ventures

It is expected to boost ABCI’s participation in railway infra projects.


Philippines: Partners Group to buy SPi Global from CVC Capital for $330m

The size of Partners Group’s interest in SPi has not been disclosed.


Exclusive: Philippines’ Acudeen goes on a financial inclusion mission

Partnering with businesses, govt and IFC to promote financial inclusion


Philippines: DFNN, Excel Century ink $12.4m private placement deal

Capital to be used to expand tech infrastructure, and gaming systems and platforms.


Philippines: CIP divests controlling stake in LMG Chemicals for $8m

CIP wanted to convert its equity to cash.