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Edinburgh Dragon Trust increases net asset value by 28.5 per cent


Edinburgh Fund Managers Edinburgh Dragon Trust posted a 28.5 per cent increase in net asset value in six months to February, 19 per cent below benchmark.


The MSCI Combined Asia Free excluding Japan Index rose 47.5 per cent in the period.


The share price increased 30.3 per cent to 44p.


The trust aims to achieve long term capital growth through investment in the Far East excluding Japan and Australia.


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