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Making the Most of the Mekong (Bangkok Post)

July 16, 2014

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In thinking about Frontier markets recently, I came across this interesting article relative to the countries that share the Mekong from the Bangkok Post this morning. I’m posting below as I think it would be of some interest to investors.   Bangkok Post article by Tanyatorn Tongwaranan, 16 July 2014, unabridged. Making the most of the Mekong Emerging markets that share the […]

China’s New Philanthropy on the Global Stage

May 8, 2014

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Last September in a speech at a Gala to celebrate “China on the Global Stage,” I spoke about what it means for Chinese corporates to do business on the Global Stage from an entrepreneur’s perspective. Recently two men ushered in a new era for China on the Global Stage. On April 24, 2014, Jack Ma and Joseph […]

Next Stop, Southeast Asia

October 14, 2013

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After writing recently that “Private Equity Investment in Vietnam sets a Record[1],” the question about how the rest of Southeast Asia is doing is a natural follow-on.  With the able assistance of Liming Xu, we took a look at the region as a whole to see if the trend evidenced in Vietnam is part of a […]

Social Impact Investing

July 12, 2013

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We have been working with one of our clients on the design and implementation of a “social impact fund” to make investments in companies and entrepreneurs in developing countries. This week Private Equity International in its Friday Letter talked about the development of  social investing.  Below is an excerpt from their commentary: “This week, the Impact […]