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Standard & Poor&#39s Micropal Top 10s

Korean funds are all the rage, topping the unit trust, insurance fund and investment trust tables for the past year. JPMF Korea leads the way in unit trusts, returning 40.28 per cent for the past 12 months, more than 10 per cent than its nearest rival. Baring Korea Trust and Schroder Seoul both feature among the top 10. Schroders&#39 Korea-Europe fund tops the investment trust tables, with a return of 49.37 per cent for the past year while Skandia/Baring Korea tops the insurance fund tables with a return of 20.97 per cent.

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