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Why should I reconsider my allocation to Asia?
9 July 2018

Why doesn’t Asia's prominence in portfolios match its financial might? Asia powers more than a third of the world’s economy but makes up only a fifth of world stock and bond indices. From the stock-picker’s undiscovered gems in China to the diversification offered by a mature economy such as Japan, our team of experts offers readers their insight. Why should you reconsider Asia? Here, Fidelity Answers.

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