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The London Stock Exchange is expecting the busiest year for initial public offerings from developing countries since 2008 as companies from Dubai to India tap growing demand for riskier assets.Seven companies from emerging and frontier countries including Russia and India have sold shares in the U.K. this year, up from three in the same period of 2013, according to the LSE.Developing-country businesses have so far raised as much as 1.1 billion pounds ($1.9 billion) from share sales in London this year, up eightfold from 2013, LSE data show.Indian online-fashion company Koovs Ltd., which held an IPO amid increasing competition in the local e-commerce market, has advanced 3.3 percent since it started trading on the LSE on March 10 .
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