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London: Gateway to Europe

London’s stock has soared on the international stage in recent years. More often than not the city is international investors’ first port of call when considering investing in European real estate. But is its supremacy assured? How much of a risk is the uncertain economic environment in the UK? And what can developers and advisers do to ensure inward investment continues to flow the capital’s way.
Recorded Mar 13 2013 45 mins
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    Damian Wild, Estates Gazette Editor
    London’s stock has soared on the international stage in recent years. More often than not the city is international investors’ first port of call when considering investing in European real estate. But is its supremacy assured? How much of a risk is the uncertain economic environment in the UK? And what can developers and advisers do to ensure inward investment continues to flow the capital’s way.
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