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Billionaire's Moscow office block is two-thirds empty

The Roman Abramovich-owned complex, like others, has been hit by economy's slump

Mr Abramovich has secured new leases accounting for less than 10% of White Gardens' 63,000 square metres of space.


BILLIONAIRE Roman Abramovich's White Gardens office complex in Moscow stands about two-thirds empty as a supply glut and the sinking Russian economy make it difficult for landlords to find new tenants.

The Russian owner of London's Chelsea Football Club bought the business