Emerging Market Slowdown Hits Private Equity, but Improves Pricing

Slower emerging market economic growth has dampened private equity. But the receding tide of investment is also uncovering some hidden values. And with PE firms unable to supercharge returns through leverage in those countries, the focus is turning towards improving operations and enhancing revenues in portfolio firms.

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