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    Lotte Tour Development Co., the company behind Jeju Dream Tower, has announced KRW 240 billion (US$213.6 million) rights offering to complete construction of its integrated resort. Existing shareholders will have first priority in subscribing for this rights offering. Rights unsubscribed by the existing shareholders will be offered to the general public for subscription. Mirae Asset […]

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