(Recasts, adds details, quotes) TOKYO, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Dubai International Capital, an investment fund owned by the ruler of Dubai, said it planned to invest about $5 billion in China, India and Japan over three years as a play on the rapid growth of emerging markets. The fund's chief operating officer, Anand Krishnan, also told a news conference on Tuesday that the fund could raise its stake in existing holdings like Sony Corp and was looking for potential investments in other ...
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