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Chart of the Day: The Asian Private Equity Boom

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Our chart of the day comes from a report out of McKinsey, entitled, "Private Equity Asia-Pacific. Is the Boom Back?"

As you can see, North American private equity is finally reaching 2005 levels — but still, its growth is leveling off far short of the peak.

European dealmaking is back in decline.

But PE deals in Asia are growing rapidly and have recovered back to 2006 levels.

- by CNBC.com senior editor John Carney

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