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This chapter summarizes the findings of the present study. It sets out the implications from a scientific perspective and for practical use. Then, this chapter identifies the weaknesses and limitations of the present analysis. Finally, it addresses further need for research emanating from this dissertation.

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Information Asymmetry Fund Investor Investment Bank Promotion Effort Public Market 
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