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Yishan Capital Partners

Published on March 1st, 2013

By doing its research and picking the right local partners, the investment manager has succeeded in forming three joint ventures in Indonesia, considered a tough market for foreigners to crack …

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Yishan Capital Partners

By doing its research and picking the right local partners, the investment manager has succeeded in forming three joint ventures in Indonesia, considered a tough market for foreigners to crack ...

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