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Abraaj Group's fund unit, which managed about $14 billion at its peak and was one of the most influential emerging market investors, received a bid from private equity firm Actis for $1, people familiar with the matter said.Abraaj's liquidators are also getting offers for regional operations within the unit, the people said. NBK Capital, the investment banking unit of National Bank of Kuwait, made an offer for Abraaj's Middle East and North Africa business, they said.Agility said it has submitted "a conditional non-binding offer" to acquire one of Abraaj's units.
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