Beyond Santiago: status and prospects

The rise of sovereign wealth funds as an important investor class in international finance has been a source of concern for a number of industrialised economies who feared that these funds' investments could compromise their economic competitiveness and national security. Reacting to steps - some real, some threatened - in recipient countries to enact regulation against sovereign investment, sovereign wealth funds responded by developing their own set of "industry standards." In October 2008,

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