Motivation should temper SWF fears

Examining the principal motivation for sovereign wealth funds should allay concerns such as fear of industrial espionage or geopolitical threats, states research by Deutsche Bank.

The research argues basic principles of public finance and development economics leave little room for conspiracy theories but draw attention to the fact that funding sources and economic motives differ between commodity and non-commodity sovereign wealth funds. "These principles point to several major motives for

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