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Ends Contact us for further information Mark Ford Chair [email protected] 61 416 165 495 Chris Gudgeon Chief Executive [email protected] 64 mobile 64 21 855 907 About us Kiwi Property (NZX: KPG) is the largest listed property company on the New Zealand Stock Exchange and is a member of the NZX15 Index.
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