Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

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History

Indonesian Optimism

President Jokowi is a change from all past presidents since Indonesia gained independence in 1945. Hence, some degree of optimism is justified, although it will not be without hurdles.

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Touring the Investment Landscape in the Czech Republic

Prague is an attractive destination not only because of its history but also its collection of beautiful buildings and interesting architecture, an important draw for travelers.

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Poland’s Growing Prosperity

Poland has suffered partition and wars throughout its history, so it is a testament to its strong culture that the Polish sense of nationhood has survived.

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A Quarter Century of Emerging-Markets Investing

I think the welcoming of foreign capital and the trend toward privatization have been key to the growth and development of emerging markets over the past few decades, and one of my biggest fears is the possibility of the door shutting on both in some countries.

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Russian Interests

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Indian Investors Express Their Optimism

While we aren’t in the business of predicting elections, this one could prove historic for India.

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Frontier Markets Find Footing

Many frontier markets are yet to be fully discovered by the investment community, and we believe they represent the next tier of investment opportunities.

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Ukraine at Crossroads

I believe Ukraine’s strategic importance to both Russia and the EU could help ensure its survival, its solvency—and its potential long-term success.

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Looking Beyond Politics in Thailand

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China’s Frozen IPO Market Thaws

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Romania on the Right Track

We are hopeful Romania’s economy and capital market will quietly continue moving in a positive direction.

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Getting Comfortable With Volatility

At Templeton, we’ve repeatedly championed our value-driven philosophy by frequently buying at times others are most pessimistic.