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Shelter from the storm

7 February 2008 By George Hay

The UK Reit has slashed asset values by 16%, but its closedend structure means investors, not the company, feel most of the pain. Unless UK property prices collapse totally, British Land will survive the downturn. It could even profit from the distress of forced sellers.

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