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Dubai bids for Legolands as it seeks home for oil wealth 23.05.05

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  • Dubai bids for Legolands as it seeks home for oil wealth 23.05.05

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/index.cfm?...ectID=10126875

    JORDAN - Dubai's Government buyout fund is bidding for Lego's Legoland amusement parks two months after acquiring London's Madame Tussauds waxworks museum as the emirate uses its oil wealth to invest in Europe's entertainment industry.

    "We will look to consolidate in the theme park sector in Europe through Tussauds," Dubai International Capital chief executive officer Sameer al-Ansari said in an interview in Jordan.

    "We can't comment on how much we bid for Lego's parks," he said
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