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Actis, New Ease commit US$200M to Chinese logistics property JV

Fund manager Actis and Chinese company New Ease committed to investing US$200 million in a 70/30 joint venture that will develop logistics properties in China, IPE Real Assets reported.

The allocated amount will be used for the construction of properties in the Chinese municipalities of Chongqing and Tianjin, as well as the city of Quanzhou, according to the publication.

Brian Chinappi, partner and head of Actis Asia Real Estate, said the company intends to jointly develop the properties with New Ease and hold them for three to four years for stabilization purposes and subsequently exit to core investors.

Actis' investment in the joint venture will be sourced from the company's US$600 million Actis Asia Real Estate Fund I, which will be fully invested following the capital injection, the Jan. 16 report added.