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Brookfield and QIA capture Songbird in London Canary deal

Published on February 9th, 2015

Board of Canary Wharf estate’s majority owner fails to repel bid by property company and Qatari state investor Brookfield Property Partners and Qatar Investment Authority are to acquire Songbird Estates,…

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