Carlyle Holds First Close on RMB Fund

MacFadyen, Ken
August 2010
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;8/2/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 31, p20
The article reports on the completion of the 2.4 billion Chinese renminbi (RMB) private equity fund of the Carlyle Group in August 2010. It mentions the joint venture established by Carlyle with government-owned Capital Operation and Management Center (BSCOMC) as one of the preferential policies for the fund. The indication of the Carlyle's failed investment in Xugong Group Construction Machinery Co. is stated.


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