By James Whitmore, James Whitmore12 February 1999
In a short statement on Monday, Chesterfield said that with its shares trading at a large discount to NAV (more than 40%), it had decided to sell its assets and return the capital to shareholders. The move follows the failure last year to sell the company to MEPC.
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