Qatar’s holdings include stakes in the Shard skyscraper.
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Brexit put the brakes on U.K. commercial property investment for most overseas buyers.Investors from the region accounted for 24 percent of all overseas acquisitions in the fourth quarter compared with 10 percent a year earlier, according to data compiled by fund manager Fidelity International.As crude fell in price and property values reached record highs in London in 2015, investment from the region slowed for six successive quarters, the Fidelity data shows. Now they're back with investment rising 83 percent year-on-year to 1.6 billion pounds in the fourth quarter, the asset manager said.
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