Delfeld, Carl
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p166
The article focuses on various investment opportunities for investors despite a downturn in the airline industry and financial services in Asia. It states that WL Ross & Co. LLC, a private equity firm of investor Wilbur Ross, invested $80 million in SpiceJet from India. It mentions that a growing demand for air travel in emerging markets like India will provide a good foundation for airline prices, and investors will also see the opportunity for long-term gains in financial services.


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