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British landlord Capital & Counties has confirmed that is in talks with property group Shaftesbury about a merger estimated to be worth £3.5bn, which will bring Covent Garden and Chinatown under a single owner. Business Day TV caught up Stanlib property analyst Ahmed Motara for his analysis on the move.

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