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International activist funds have stepped up the pace in Asia, with a new set of homegrown players close behind. From left: Elliott Management's Paul Singer, Oasis Management's Seth Fischer and ValueAct Capital's Jeffrey Ubben (Source photos by Reuters and Getty Images)
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Activist funds take aim at Asia Inc's complacent boardrooms

Rising number of Asian companies under pressure over governance

RYUSHIRO KODAIRA, Nikkei senior staff writer | Japan

SINGAPORE/SEOUL/HONG KONG -- Seth Fischer lives in hope.

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