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|| UK real estate property attracts Middle eastern investors - FT

Middle Eastern investors has tripled its share of investment in UK commercial property in the past five years. Last year, investors from the Arab world spent $2.2 billion on UK commercial property – 16% of all foreign investment in the sector - The Financial Times is reporting

According to FT, the Middle East has tripled its share of investment in UK commercial property in the past five years. Last year, investors from the Arab world spent $2.2 billion on UK commercial property – 16 per cent of all foreign investment in the sector, compared with 5 per cent in 2004.

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