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|| Kuwait investment firm invested $20 million in China Sewage Plant

kfh-logo.pngKuwait Finance House, a Kuwait investment firm , has invested $20 million in China Sewage Plant from its $100 million Al-Fayez Fund for Private Property.

In 2010 overseas markets contributed 43% of the earnings for the investment firm, which is Kuwait's largest Islamic bank. Kuwait Finance House is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code LIP07.

More details from Kuwait Daily News follows



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