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Have foreigners made London unaffordable? Officials want to launch an investigation.

LONDON — London's property crisis is best seen at night, when entire streets in Central London are in the dark. Welcome to one of the world's most expensive places. Except that hardly anyone will be there to welcome you. Nearly half of all properties in Central London are owned by foreigners. Most of the owners do not live in their properties but rather […]
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