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Asia the place to invest says Govett

Asian markets are providing improved opportunities for investment says fund manager Govett.

It points to evidence that recovery in the region has been supported by positive external macro influences as well as internal growth and says it could be the next region to deliver long-term returns.

Govett Asian chief investment officer and manager of its Asia Pacific Fund Christian Dangerfield says: “We have seen a lot of good news so far this year, with positive surprises coming in China&#39s January trade and production data, as well as domestic consumption figures in Korea and Thailand.”

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