The Foreign Investment Fund Targeting the Domestic Private Firms

The Fund for Southeast Asia ( ASEAF ) , created by Aureos ( Aureos Capital) , has decided to invest 4.2 million dollars in the stock company of the digital world Anh Tran .

“Vietnam is a country with a young population. Demand for electronic products, including computers, will see a sharp increase in times to come. We have chosen the company Tran Anh after careful studies of its business strategies and management,” informed Dô Doan Kien , head of representative office of Aureos Capital in Vietnam. Following in the footsteps of Aureos Capital, Vietnam Azalea Fund, a fund within Mekong Capital, has spent $ 9.1 million to repurchase 2.7 million shares (6.7% of capital ) of the Joint Stock Company Nam Long Investment.

For its part, VinaCapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund (VOF) has invested approximately $ 15 million in premium , a private group specializing in the production of tiles sanitary . Ditto for the repurchase of 7.5 % stake in Dragon Capital.

Mekong CapitalMany foreign funds are committed to investing in private companies . Mekong Capital said that it will create a new fund (Mekong III ) from 150 million this year to participate in the capital of non-state joint stock companies in Vietnam. Having made the investment in the company Tran Anh ASEAF mobilize capital to increase its share capital by 250 million dollars . SMEs are the target. “Vietnam is one of our six strategic markets for investment , ” said Doan Kien Doh , head of the representative office of Aureos Capital. “Within 10 years , Vietnamese companies will become the leading emerging companies in Southeast Asia. Private companies operating in many business sectors in Vietnam are helping to create investment opportunities for foreign funds,” said Paul Coleman, financial expert from Price Waterhouse Coopers Vietnam .

Oman Investment Fund – Indian capital of 1.5 billion dollars

OmanMinister of National Economy and Deputy Chairman of the Financial Affairs and Energy Resources Ahmed bin Abdul Nabi Makki tomorrow ‘s visit to India to sign the final agreement with the Indian Oman Investment Fund – worth 5.1 billion dollars.

An official source in Oman to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) , who preferred anonymity said that the Fund will provide support for bilateral trade and joint investment between the two countries , pointing out that the agreement would help both countries to ensure the financing of a number of projects.

He added that the Sultanate will be the first Gulf country to sign a joint investment fund agreement with India and will have a significant economic Mrod between the two countries during the coming years.

The agreement was reached during the visit of Indian Prime Minister of the Sultanate in 2008 where they signed a memorandum of understanding between the two countries to be an initial capital fund of 100 million dollars.

The Fund would be managed by the Reserve Fund of the Sultanate is the investment arm of the Sultanate and the Bank ( State of India).

India is one of the top trading partners of the Sultanate , where the volume of trade exchange between them 5.2 billion dollars

Nifty climbed at 5312 , Sensex up 167 points

Indian stock market’s key index was down today and closed with gains after some downs . Nifty crossed the psychological level of 5,300 . FMCG , oil – gas and auto sector stocks most shopping trend .

Sensex 167 points ie 0.95 % on 17 701 ‘s with the strength . 1:07 % ie Nifty 56 points to 5312 with the increasingly close. NSE CNX Midcap index of the medium is the weakness of 0.77 % . BSE Midcap Index 0.46 % and 0.44% at BSE Smulcape getting stronger .

Negative signals from Asian stock markets among the major indices of Indian stock market this morning began within minutes of the opening the Sensex market and Nifty. The latter slipped to 5210 . However, before business hours Sensex – Nifty recovered from their early fall to get into the green. Then in the early hours Sensex – Nifty went up a limited scope – then down .

SUN Hong-Tao Dong: World Has 3-5 Years of Deleveraging

China- According to investment financial specialist SUN Hong-Tao Dong, the most important global macroeconomic changes of the global economy are entering a long period of deleveraging. In China the deleveraging process will continue for 3-5 years , at least to 2012. The European economy the deleveraging process will be longer with some estimated it to last 5-10 years. The deleverageing process has long term implications for Chinese stock markets.

One implication is that low-income groups in proportion to the national income distribution will gradually rise. The  low-end Chinese consumer goods and services will be the biggest winner in the next few years the stock market .