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London land buy looks cheap at £90m for Chinese billionaire

Published on January 4th, 2014

China’s richest man, Wang Jianlin of Dalian Wanda group, has termed London property cheap in an interview with China’s Time Weekly. Wanda bought a 103,000m2 site in London for a…

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