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NEW YORK CITY-Douglas Durst, whose company is one of two contenders for a minority stake in 1 World Trade Center, told the New York Post Tuesday that he supported the decision by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to delay choosing a financial partner. “It’s an important decision and they should take as much time as they think is necessary,” said Durst, chairman and co-president of the Durst Organization.

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