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NEW YORK, May 18, 2009 - Despite the unprecedented changes brought on by the global financial crisis, some observers predict optimistic long-term prospects for private equity, particularly in emerging markets. Despite the recession, these markets—in particular China, Vietnam, and India—offer attractive opportunities for patient and experienced investors. At a recent discussion at the Asia Society headquarters in New York, moderated by Financial Times International Financial Correspondent Henny Sender , a panel of experts discussed how emerging markets are coping with the changes caused by the economic slowdown and identified ...
but as I am easily distracted – especially by shiny objects – the draft was set aside and ultimately forgotten. Forgotten, that is, until the IMF went ahead and published their take on the matter . Since the IMF report is an Official Publication and contains things called “Granger causality tests,” and other such statistical chicanery, I will leverage from it quite heavily: The issue at hand is the increase in capital flows from rich countries to “receiving” economies, and how that will affect the latter. Starting in 2003, but really expanding from ... Read More
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