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Is it still difficult for PE/VC investors to exit India investments?

22 February, 2018

A number of private equity and venture capital investors in India struck exit deals last year and benefitted from the boom in initial public offerings. Many investors also inked secondary and strategic deals to fully or partially exit their portfolio companies.

Does this address the long-standing taint on India that it is a difficult market to exit? A panel of top PE and VC industry executives discussed the issues at the News Corp VCCircle India Limited Partners Summit 2018, held in Mumbai this week.

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