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New co-investment fund more likely to pick favourites than spread love

THE Singapore government's plan for a co-investment fund to help home-based businesses make overseas acquisitions is more likely to launch targeted harpoons than to cast a wide but thin net.Companies hoping that the spoils of the International Partnership Fund (IPF), which was unveiled in Monday

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