CEO of the Qatar Investment Authority Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani speaks at the Qatar UK Business and Investment Forum in London, Britain March 27, 2017 REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Qatar will invest 5 billion pounds $6.23 billion in Britain within five years in a boost for the post-Brexit economy, premier Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani announced Monday.Qatar has already invested more than 40 billion pounds across Britain, including in iconic real estate such as London's Shard and Canary Wharf buildings, the Harrod's department store, while the country also bought the Olympic Village following the London 2012 Olympics.Fox was keen to show the world that Britain is open for business despite leaving the EU, and said that Qatar made an ideal post-Brexit trading partner.Qatar's sovereign wealth fund chief meanwhile said that the vote to leave the European Union would not prevent its future investment in Britain.
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