Almost half of all PE/VC funds in India are inactive: VCCircle Study

14 June, 2012

Overheated markets and excessive competition with far too many funds chasing same deals are playing the dampeners, as the Indian private equity industry witnesses a drastic slump in the number of active funds.


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Almost half of all PE/VC funds in India are inactive: VCCircle Study

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