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Industry leaders urge UK government to introduce debt REITs
Date: 20 March 2012
Category: Market Watch
Real estate industry leaders in the UK are calling on the government to introduce mortgage REITs as a way of making the property debt market more liquid and freeing up banks to lend. The calls come ahead of the presentation of the 2012 UK budget on Wednesday.
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