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Since the late 1990s, opportunity-vulture fund investors have had slim pickings in the U.S. Core and value add funds crowded them out in relatively distress-free markets with ample capital flows pushing up prices in frenzied bidding. Opportunity funds, managed by big investment banks and global financial giants, turned tail, targeting emerging Asian markets and Europe where higher risk development projects could score outsized returns.

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