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Beijing Closes Cash Spigot

China is now a less hospitable destination, at least for certain dealmakers. Ernst & Young estimates that Chinese outbound investment is set to reach $100 billion in 2017, representing a sharp decline from the $183 billion seen last year. Beijing blames this decline in…
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Populism Sidelined by European Investors

European investors have turned abruptly positive on their regional economy. According to the Frankfurt-based consultancy Sentix, market watchers are now more confident than they have been in over ten years. About three-fourths of the sample group is represented by…
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Japanese Corporates Are Go-To Investor

A wave of Japanese investment may begin to make its way across global markets. Tokyo has just announced renewed policy focus on deals in Argentina and Russia, while—more narrowly—Mitsui picked up a stake in a leading Istanbul-based technology investment firm. The driver…
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Capital Can Be Sourced Everywhere

Those seeking capital often make the mistake of assuming that the best investor-candidates are to be found in the major money centers. While it is true that many top-tier venture-capital and family-office investors have offices in New York or London, the ability to access…