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Morgan Stanley Dean Witter – Morgan Stanley Dean Witter SicavEuropean Growth Opportunities Fund

Wednesday, 15th November 2000.



Type: Sicav.



Aim: Growth by investing in small and medium dynamic European companies.



Minimum investment: I shares $2.5 million, A shares $5,000.



Place of registration: Luxemburg.



Investment split: Spain 20 per cent, France 14 per cent, Sweden 12.5 per cent, Italy 12.5 per cent, rest of Europe 41 per cent.



Isa link: No.



Charges: Annual I shares 0.95 per cent, A shares 1.45 per cent.



Commission: Initial up to 5.75 per cent.



Tel: 00352 34646285.

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