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Will the City of London in its current state survive the onsalught from Canary Wharf? watch

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    Every year more and more firms decide to ditch the City and move their offices over to the purpose built blocks in Canary Wharf... this trend doesn't seem to be showing any signs of slowing down as far as I can tell.

    Will the City of London survive in say 2 or 3 decades time?
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    Every year more and more firms decide to ditch the City and move their offices over to the purpose built blocks in Canary Wharf... this trend doesn't seem to be showing any signs of slowing down as far as I can tell.

    Will the City of London survive in say 2 or 3 decades time?
    More worried about them moving out of London to other cheaper cities. Alongside them moving entirely out of the UK to places like Zurich, Hong Kong etc.
 
 
 
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