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SA investors who bailed out of Capital & Counties Properties (Capco) after it demerged from Liberty International in 2010 are likely to reconsider exposure to the London-focused property play given plans to merge with fellow LSE-listed Shaftesbury.

When the late Donald Gordon’s Liberty International split into Capco and Intu, more than 50% of Capco’s shareholders were South Africans. That number has over the past 12 years dwindled to an estimated 10% — partly on the back of Capco’s initial development focus.  ..

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