sovereign fund

sovereign fund
/sɒvrən ˈfʌnd/ (say sovruhn 'fund)

a government-owned fund, usually dealing with large-scale investments which affect the interests of the country or state.
Also, sovereign wealth fund.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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