Central European development was the star performer in the first half for Segro, as the UK and Western Europe continued to experience problems. The value of the company’s European Portfolio rose 0.7% to £1.2bn, driven by gains in Poland, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands, whereas the UK portfolio dropped ...
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