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Cathay tipped for City office purchase as Asian insurance companies chase big London deals

Published on April 12th, 2014

Asian insurance companies are moving in on large acquisitions in London’s office market. Cathay, advised by CBRE, has been linked with a £400m ($668.8m) approach for City office building The…

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