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The number of ultra wealthy people in Britain has doubled since 2001 and according to experts, Russian business has made a significant contribution to Britain's prosperity
So many Russians have bought palaces and manors that real estate prices have grown, making many landlords millionaires. A British center for economic and business studies assessed British citizens' property using the formula "the price of real estate plus deposits minus debts and loans." In the last three years, houses and apartments have become 64% more expensive, while the number of millionaires in the country has risen from 230,000 to 425,000. British realtors expect that real estate prices in the country will grow by 9-17 times in the next 15 years. Even Russian millionaires want British property. Experts said that the Russians who helped spur growth included Artem Tarasov (an office on Kings Road, London's most expensive street), Vladimir Gusinsky (a house in Notting Hill), Boris Berezovsky (a manor in Surrey), Leonid Blavatnik (a palace near the Prince of Kent's residence), Roman Abramovich (the Chelsea football club and many of properties) and Nikolai Smolensky (the TVR car maker).
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