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Indian miners & Chinese banks: the cash piles unloved by the market

by Robert St George on Mar 20, 2014 at 10:23

‘We are looking forward to Samsung becoming a dividend story and spearheading that story in Korea,’ Weir said.

Over the past three years, her fund has produced an annualised return of 3.2% compared with the MSCI Asia Pacific excluding Japan index’s 1%, while it yields 4.3%.

Eastspring is Prudential’s Asia-based asset management business.

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