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Reuters makes the news as China’s HNA Group snaps up London HQ

Published on September 14th, 2015

HNA Group, parent company of China’s Hainan Airlines, has bought Thomson Reuters’ London headquarters for around £215m ($326m). The Chinese company said last month that it had bought 30 South…

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