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Anglo's NY hotel 'did not have zoning'

There has been another twist in the battle over Anglo Irish Bank's $194 million New York hotel deal.

27th January, 2013
The Beekman Tower Hotel in New York. Photo: John McAviney

There has been another twist in the battle over Anglo Irish Bank's $194 million New York hotel deal.

A group of disgruntled investors who backed the New York hotel deal claim they have uncovered new evidence about the role played by Anglo in the failed investment.

Ahead of a Supreme Court appeal this week, the investors are arguing that new documents from the New York Buildings Departments vindicate their claim that the properties never had the...

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