Emerging markets have again been rising stars in the private equity industry. But will interest on the part of fund managers and limited partners persist given the globe's financial turmoil?
Bill Emmott, former editor of The Economist, on the cyclical problems plaguing emerging markets and where private equity firms are likely to focus:
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Chris Rowlands, head of 3i's Asia activities, explains the allure of Asia:
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Jonathon Bond, head of fundraising and investor relations for Actis, discusses mega-firms entering emerging markets territory, as well as why the global financial crisis might be good for business:
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