The $183-billion Canadian pension fund continues to place its main focus on the world’s leading technology market.
The $183 billion pension fund is targeting India and technology companies supporting the big data boom.
CDPQ and OTPP have no plans to return to the sector, following a pull-out earlier in the year. These moves come after a sharp acceleration in China allocations by Canada's institutional investors over the past decade.
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