Sovereign wealth funds ("SWFs") have been greeted with bothenthusiasm and suspicion. In one respect, they have been called "white knights," where they step in to inject financing to troubledentities.' In others, they have been called "Trojan horses" and"chameleons."
Sovereign wealth funds, trade, investment, treaties, state-owned enterprises, SOEs, disputes, social responsibility, environment
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