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|| Qatar investors rescue Canary Wharf owner

qatarinvestorswharf.jpgQatar Holding, the direct investment arm of Qatar Investment Authority, has agreed to become the largest shareholder in UK's Songbird Estates.

What is Songbird Estates? It owns 60.8% of Canary Wharf Group, a leading real estate investment and development company with over 7 million square feet of office and retail space. The first tenants moved into Canary Wharf in August 1991 and now over 90,000 people work there. ( Read more on the Guardian)

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