5 May 2000
Unveiling a 16% increase in first-quarter cash flow to $91m (£59m), TrizecHahn said it was selling most of its Canadian office portfolio for $700m (£450m), beginning a $500m (£322m) share buyback programme – about 20% of the company – and investing the balance – $200m (£128m) – in property-related technology ...
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