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|| Qatar sovereign wealth fund the largest spender of 2009

QIAQatar Investment Authority was the largest spender among the sovereign wealth funds last year, with $32 billion invested in 14 publicly reported transactions - the Reuters is reporting.

Asia Pacific was the most popular region for total sovereign wealth fund investments, with 32 deals, while Europe ranked second with 29 transactions. The Middle East and North Africa overtook North America in terms of investment volume, with 21 deals versus North America's 19, most of which took place in the final quarter of the year.

Qatar Investment Authority is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BD44.

The full Reuters story follows



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