Hazelden, Vicki
November 2005
Lawyer;11/7/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 43, p45
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Asian interest in offshore investment vehicles, both in structured finance transactions and in the utilization of offshore companies and partnerships for investment vehicles, has boomed during the past two years. This phenomenon is driven primarily by China, which has been establishing investment policies in order to attract major investors in the international funds market.


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