LOGOS ropes in new investment partners to buy REC property in Singapore Singapore city-scape. Photo: Pixabay Ishita Russell February 4, 2019 Premium In a bid to expand its presence in Asia, Sydney-based real estate firm LOGOS has formed a new investment partnership to acquire the 25-hectare REC site in Tuas South, Singapore in a $430-million deal. Continue reading this story with a subscription to DealStreetAsia. Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Should your colleagues be reading this article too? Contact us for corporate subscriptions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just-In Trending Nissan Motor to reject French partner Renault’s integration proposal Bank of China chairman selected to lead world’s largest lender ICBC Twitter names Manish Maheshwari as new India MD GO-VIET appoints former Facebook Vietnam exec as its new GM Unfazed by TikTok ban, Bytedance plans to invest $1b in India in 3 years: Report Investors sue Lyft after stock continues to tumble A review of top stocks in Temasek’s US equity portfolio Maybank terminates collaboration agreement with Hyflux, Tuaspring Indonesia’s OVO said to be in talks to buy fintech startup Glotech Prima Vista SoftBank Group International CFO Alok Sama to step down You are subscribed to our mailing list.