The new environment facing sovereign investors


The investment environment facing sovereign investors has improved markedly since the outbreak of the global crisis. To an extent, the weakening of hostility toward sovereign investors in the host countries was based on short-term expediency, particularly out of a desperate need for capital during the peak of the crisis.

The hope was that foreign investors would bail out severely distressed domestic financial institutions reeling from the crisis. Quite predictably, however, the task of restoring

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