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Video: Smith & Williamson's Jane Andrews on 'Awful' Japanese growth

Smith & Williamson's Jane Andrews believes that despite Japan's ongoing battle with recession there are still companies that can prosper from domestic demand and the booming Asian economy. 

Andrews, manager of the Smith & Williamson Far Eastern Growth Trust, is one of the most consistent pan Asian fund managers over the last decade with strong performance across market cycles.

In this video we discuss Japan's growth rates, the tension with China and other attractive investment opportunities in the region.

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17/107 in Equity - Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (Performance over 3 years) Average Total Return: 22.03%
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