Growth slump to help sift froth in PE market

05 June, 2012

Last Thursday’s news of India’s growth domestic product (GDP) plummeting to 5.3% in the three months to March — its worst in nine years — should have come as a final nail in the coffin for the fledgling private equity industry. After all, it was a country meant to grow in its sleep — regardless of what happens to the rest of the world. And this has pretty much been the sole reason for institutional investors to continue investing in the country’s private equity industry, even though it had fallen much short of their return expectations.


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