* The Childen's Investment Fund, Steel Partners retreat * Payouts hurt by global financial crisis * Smaller investors may become more critical By Junko Fujita TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - The retreat of two high-profile activist funds from Japan underscores the difficulties such funds face in squeezing value from their investments and raising worries about lax corporate governance in the world's second-biggest economy. The Children's Investment Fund (TCI) and Steel Partners have been ...
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