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Dyson sells Singapore's priciest penthouse

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Dyson sells Singapore's priciest penthouse

Dyson sells Singapore's priciest penthouse

British billionaire James Dyson, the inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner, is selling his three-storey Singapore penthouse about a year after buying it, and he's reportedly taking a big loss on the S$74 million ($54 million) he paid.

Ciara Lee reports


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Watch: 2nd edition of trilateral maritime exercise SITMEX-2020 commences in Andaman Sea [Video]

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