AT Capital, TPG Growth eye big stake in Global Hospitals – The Times of India
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MUMBAI: Singapore-based family office AT Capital, TPG Growth and Baring Asia have held talks to invest up to $150 million (Rs 900 crore) in Global Hospitals Group, India’s fourth largest hospital network, people directly aware of the matter said.
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