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Irish investors hunting retail opportunities in Britain

With shoppers tightening their belts and property prices falling, Adrian Morrison asks if there is still value for Irish investors in the British retail market.

3rd May, 2008

With shoppers tightening their belts and property prices falling, Adrian Morrison asks if there is still value for Irish investors in the British retail market.

In recent years a British shopping street without at least one Irish investor has been as rare as hen’s teeth. But, bar a few notable exceptions, this picture has changed over the past 18 months. There are limited opportunities in Britain’s cities today, and the uncertainty surrounding property values has...

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