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Pointless shuffling

13 March 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

South Korea is considering merging stateowned companies into a holding company, modelled on Singapore’s Temasek. However, sovereign wealth funds investing domestically cannot act on the arms length basis that is possible abroad. It is better to privatise where possible.

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