The Times, a newspaper, reported on Monday 3 March that senior officials had said that the authorities were carrying out a recruitment drive for the fund, described as "an activist for taxpayers and shareholders".
The fund, which would have a $19.9 billion share portfolio, would target mainly domestic investments. It would take Norway's Government Pension Fund as its model.
With $973 billion-worth of foreign excha
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