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Emerging Markets

US private equity firms aim for Asia traction

Three of the five Asian private equity deals announced last week were buyouts instigated by US private equity groups. With the pace of the global recovery having quickened, US big-hitters are beginning to scour the markets for new opportunities, writes Mergermarket.

  • 16 Nov 2009

US private equity general partners appear to be experiencing a second wind, with the credit crisis a fast-receding memory in the minds of many.

Of the five Asian private equity transactions announced last week, three of them were buyouts instigated by US private equity groups.

The largest was the acquisition ...

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