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Daimler finalizes sale of Berlin complex to SEB

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16:57 CET+01:00
German car maker Daimler said on Friday it had closed the sale of property on Berlin's Potsdamer Platz to the Swedish bank SEB for "almost €1.4 billion" ($2.1 billion).

The Swedish bank's Frankfurt-based SEB Asset Management unit acquired a total of 19 buildings with a combined surface of 500,000 square meters (5.38 million square feet), roughly the size of 66 soccer pitches.

The buildings include offices, shops, restaurants, hotels and flats.

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