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Anbang pulls out of London tower buy…

Published on October 12th, 2015

Brokers believe Chinese economic volatility is reason for Chinese insurer calling off Heron Tower deal in City Anbang Insurance has withdrawn from a deal to buy the Heron Tower in…

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Brokers believe Chinese economic volatility is reason for Chinese insurer calling off Heron Tower deal in City Anbang Insurance has withdrawn from a deal to buy the Heron Tower in...

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