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Why is capital inflow into PE/VC funds rising but new investment slowing?

14 September, 2017

SEBI-registered private equity and venture capital firms have added nearly $1 billion in fresh dry powder during the April-June quarter. This indicates that investors, both domestic and international, continue to contribute money to Indian PE and VC firms even though the economy has slowed down. What does this mean for private investments in India? Is the rise in dry powder a good sign for startups and other companies looking for funds? Watch the video to know more.

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Why is capital inflow into PE/VC funds rising but new investment slowing?

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