By Una Galani LONDON, Feb 23 (Reuters Breakingviews) - There's no knowing what would happen to Libya's $70 bln sovereign fund if the regime falls. A rapid liquidation of investments, including stakes in UniCredit and Fiat, is the worst-case scenario. That wouldn't be in anyone's interest. Investors can only hope rationality prevails. Full view will be published shortly. Get Breakingviews alerts directly to your inbox three times a day. To sign up click here: ...
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