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The Daily Brief
Today’s top stories: - Panama approves new SWF. - India’s Ferilizer Ministry still trying to get a SWF of its own. – New rules governing Chinese pension funds could be a boon for the world’s asset managers.
Here now, the news:
- Panama has approved the new Fondo de Ahorro de Panamá'. It looks as though the initial capitalization of the fund will be $1.2 billion, while subsequent funds will come out of revenues from the new, wider canal. Heres a quote from the office of the president: National savings for future generations and economic stabilization in case of predetermined situations such as natural disasters or economic crises
- New rules governing China's pension funds could be a boon for asset managers: ...opening the door for the markets to receive a major infusion of new assets.
India's Fertilizer Ministry scales back its request for a new SWF from 10B to 1B: Whatever the B, it's still probably not happenin'. Heres why.