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Lloyd’s Building is first London trophy for China’s Ping An

Published on July 5th, 2013

Chinese life insurer Ping An has exchanged contracts to buy the landmark Lloyd’s Building in London for around £260m ($394.8m) – the first London investment by a Chinese life insurance…

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