FMO launches investment fund to develop emerging capital markets

  • 07 Sep 2007
A new investment fund called the Currency Exchange Fund (TCX) was launched on Wednesday, aiming to provide entrepreneurs, banks and energy projects in developing countries with their first chance to make long term borrowings in their local currency. A group of 12 international investors, including ABN Amro and ...

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