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The Cyprus-based finance company was authorized by the Anti-Monopoly Committee on Jan. 2 to purchase top-class business center ECO Tower in Zaporizhya and Victoria Gardens shopping mall in Lviv. In both deals, Dragon Capital is allowed to purchase more than 50 percent of the shares, which would make it the controlling shareholder, according to the Kyiv Post.

The Cyprus-based finance company was authorized by the Anti-Monopoly Committee on Jan. 2 to purchase top-class business center ECO Tower in Zaporizhya and Victoria Gardens shopping mall in Lviv. In both deals, Dragon Capital is allowed to purchase more than 50 percent of the shares, which would make it the controlling shareholder.

Victoria Gardens is one of the biggest shopping centers in western Ukraine. The mall’s three-tier building has a leasable area of 54,500 square meters with 160 shops.