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Moscow to build Europe's tallest tower

Chinese contractor the Chinese Engineering Construction Corporation has signed a deal to build an 87-storey tower in Moscow - which Russian developers Mirax Group say will be the tallest in Europe.
Turkish firm Ant Yapi is carrying out groundworks for the 340m-tall, £305 million tower which will be called the Federation Complex. The skyscraper will contain houses, offices, luxury flats, a hotel and leisure facilities.

Work on the tower designed by German architects Peter Schweger and Sergei Tchoban is expected to take two years to complete.