* China, India attract private equity * Global buyout funds still dominate large deals in Asia * Competition for deals pushing up some valuations By Stephen Aldred HONG KONG, March 25 (Reuters) - Private equity deals in Asia got off to a steady start in 2011, as buyout funds provided capital to companies in rapidly growing China and India, and some analysts say competition is pushing up valuation in some Asian countries. Asia has traditionally been a growth market for PE funds, but ...
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