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|| Britain to raise capital from Middle East investors

UK-MidEast.jpgBritain has launched an effort to raise capital for infrastructure investment from Middle Eastern investors seeking to recycle their ever-growing wealth abroad - Financial Times is reporting.

Lord Sassoon, commercial secretary to the UK treasury, has seen huge appetite from the Gulf when he had a tour of the region last week, FT has reported.

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