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Investors pouring into London student housing as values rise

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Universities are eager to attract foreign students because they pay more in fees. And student accommodation providers say they pay a lot more for their housing too.

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JOYCE Ge, a student from China who is studying business management at King's College, pays £880 (S$1,830) a month to live in a pint-size, stylish studio apartment in the far reaches of east London, in a building with roof decks gazing toward the distant city skyline. Her rent

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