Hugh Young: Japan small caps are best Asia value play
by Matthew Goodburn on Jan 16, 2013 at 15:25
Aberdeen Asset Management's Asia Pacific veteran investor Hugh Young talks exclusively to Citywire Global about whether it is different this time for Japan.
The Euro Stars AA-rated manager also reveals why India remains compelling despite its political problems, and where he is finding new opportunities in the region.
The Asian equity star says that staying ahead of the investment pack has been a mix of luck and judgement, but admits his luck could soon turn.
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- Aberdeen Global - Asia Pacific Eqty D2 GBP
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