April 29 (Bloomberg) -- ProLogis, the world’s largest warehouse owner, said its stake in ProLogis European Properties was little changed since it made a bid for the fund last week.
Since making the offer for ProLogis European, or PEPR, on April 22, the company has received for tender or purchased in the open market 8,818 ordinary units in the Luxembourg-based company, ProLogis said today in a statement. That would bring its total holdings in the fund to 39 percent, ProLogis said, compared with 38.9 percent when the bid was made.
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