29.08.2013 - Norway's opposition mulls SWF infrastructure investment abroad
The world's largest sovereign wealth fund, Norway's $740-billion oil fund, might be allowed to invest in foreign infrastructure projects in the future, two opposition parties seen as front runners to form the next government said. Currently Norway's oil fund can invest only in equities, bonds and property. Some think tanks and non-governmental organisations have argued that it should also be able to invest in infrastructure and private equity as they fit the fund's profile as a long-term investor...............................................Full Article: Source
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