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Israeli billionaire plans to spend Euro 100m in Ireland

Businessman has already invested more than €50m in retail property

22nd June, 2014

Wealthy Israeli investor Igal Ahouvi is planning to increase his investment in Ireland with up to €100 million of acquisitions planned for the right opportunities, it is understood.

The businessman has already invested more than €50 million in retail and office property in Ireland to date. Unlike many other high net-worth property investors he has acquired significantly outside of Dublin.

His strategy is buying well-rented commercial properties in the €5 million to €10 million bracket....

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