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Growth Premier Fund IC

Wednesday, October 03, 2007
The fund invests in short-term trade-related and other financing transactions, and in mis-priced, poorly-understood and/or highly structured financial assets in emerging economies.

A SQUARE :: 03Oct07 Growth Premier Fund IC
Category Trade Finance
Author Sona Blessing
Currently the fundamentals underpinning emerging and converging market credit in general are extremely strong
(and much stronger than for the more developed world in many respects).
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