Xu Weiping, chairman of developer Advanced Business Park (ABP) said he had invested about £400 million in the project since 2013 when he won the deal to turn the Royal Albert Dock into a new business hub. Photo: Handout

Chinese property tycoon in London says Brexit making potential investors nervous

  • Prolonged indecisiveness and conflict making problem ‘more complicated than it should be’, says Xu Weiping, chairman of Advanced Business Park
  • Company is developing US$2.1 billion project on banks of River Thames
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Xu Weiping, chairman of developer Advanced Business Park (ABP) said he had invested about £400 million in the project since 2013 when he won the deal to turn the Royal Albert Dock into a new business hub. Photo: Handout
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