Achieving diversified exposure to Asia

We look at some favourite funds to access this growth region
Thursday 09 Aug 2018 Author: Tom Sieber
Notwithstanding the growing tensions over trade sparked by a more belligerent White House, the economic grouping which includes India, China and Southeast Asia is expected to achieve growth of 6.5% in 2018 according to the International Monetary Fund. This compares with the global average at 3.9% and the 2.4% anticipated for the world’s advanced economies. Investors looking to tap into this growth can to do so through a fairly...

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