Sao Paulo’s new city centre. Sovereign wealth funds are increasingly turning to Asia and Latin America, often investing through tie-ups with government entities to mitigate risk. Photo: Alamy Stock Photo

Growing protectionism could slow investment in real estate, infrastructure by sovereign wealth funds

Preference for more liquid assets by Middle East funds and US disputes with key trading partners behind decline

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Sao Paulo’s new city centre. Sovereign wealth funds are increasingly turning to Asia and Latin America, often investing through tie-ups with government entities to mitigate risk. Photo: Alamy Stock Photo
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