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    Just one more question. I read an article about an American private -equity funds and one sentence is very strange and I need help.
    " Whereas buy-out groups consider America a maturing market, they regard the old world, especially continental Europe, as a land of promise. Its cushioned corporate ways are particularly irresistible: the more padding there is to remove, the greater the potential rewards"
    I dont understand the words with red.
    maturing means growing up or ready to invest or something like this
    and what is the meaning of the" pace "of leveraged buy-outs

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