Mandarin Scraps Sale of Hong Kong’s Excelsior; Shares Slump

Pulled sale follows series of record property deals in city Mandarin Oriental International Ltd. scrapped the sale of The Excelsior hotel in Hong Kong after bids failed to meet its expectations, a rare setback in a city where property prices have continued …
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