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Framlington extends special offer on Japan Fund

Investment management specialist Framlington has extended the special offer on its Japan Fund until October 1, 1999.


The offer gives investors a 1 per cent discount on the fund initial charge of 5 per cent. There is an annual management charge of 1.5 per cent.


Framlington marketing director Craig Walton says: &#34Investments in the fund focus on the huge corporate restructuring story which is taking place in Japan. This has driven the market higher this year and should continue to deliver profits to investors in the future.&#34

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