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Hasenstab: how we can solve this 'horrible' Ukraine crisis

In the second part of our exclusive video, Michael Hasenstab, reveals why he is happy to hold a significant chunk of his Templeton Global Bond fund in Ukraine, despite the ongoing unrest and what his hopes are for a positive resolution to the 'horrible crisis'.

Hasenstab explains why the country might end up as a neutral buffer state with a level of autonomy for the Eastern part of the country and also unveils where he has been increasing EM exposure across his portfolios.

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