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December 14th, 2004
The beginning of a new business cycle and a high demand for participation in the venture capital asset class will foster a strong competitive environment among VCs and limited partners alike in 2005.
Emerging areas such as stem cell research and nanotechnology will continue to be watched closely by the venture capital industry, although investment in these companies will be limited until more basic research and development is completed.
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