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Middle Eastern SWFs cut UK real estate investments
06 September 2016 | Qatar | Reporter: Shirley Fehr Rodriguez
Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) decreased their investments in UK real estate markedly in the year before the EU referendum, turning instead to Asia, CBRE has reported...
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