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Chinese firms piling into London properties

Data from CBRE Group shows they are on track to invest £4b this year, beating the 2015 record by a third

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History shows that starting a new London financial district can be a rough ride; Canary Wharf was taken over by creditors in 1992 after Olympic & York Developments Ltd couldn't pay interest on its loans.

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WITH Britain trying to hammer out the terms of its exit from the European Union (EU) and banks considering their options on the continent, is this the best time to start building a new financial district in London?

China thinks so.

Four of the country's biggest banks

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