Mubadala looking for future of growth in Asia
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, October 15 - 2012 at 01:31
Abu Dhabi's investment and development vehicle Mubadala Development plans a new round of expansion aimed at Asian growth markets, including China and India, The National has reported. "On a global platform, we have to get into India and China," Mubadala's chief executive and managing director, Khaldoon Al Mubarak, was quoted as saying by the daily. "Today the story is all about getting into areas where there is growth, and those countries, along with Korea and Singapore for example, are where the growth is going to be," said Al Mubarak.
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