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Battersea's revamp powers ahead

The Malaysian company planning to re-develop London's landmark Battersea Power Station is moving ahead fast with the project.

Investors promising to build shops, homes and leisure facilities at power station, with its famous four chimneys, have come and gone over the past decades.

But it's full steam ahead now, says Liew Kee Sin, chairman of the Battersea Project Holding Company.

He updates the BBC on the plans, and also explains why more Asian investors are looking to Europe.

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