Li and his son almost “buy out the British”

By | March 8, 2013

Affected by the Hong Kong government’s policies in compacting the high house pricing in HK, Li Ka-shing, the 8th richest person in the world has adopted a strategic change in recent years by cashing out his properties in HK and seeking chance in the Europe
At present, the Li and his son almost “buy out the British” – with the control of British in term of a quarter of the population of the country’s natural gas supply, about a quarter of the UK electricity distribution market, and about 5% of the water supply market. Meanwhile, the Li also expressed that he will consider buying Manchester Princeton Airport.

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