Resilient Asia Pacific bounces back to favour after financial meltdown

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Investors return to sector as region's stock markets rebound strongly from sharp falls in financial crisis

The IMA Asia Pacific ex Japan sector returned to favour in 2009 as the region’s stock markets rebounded strongly from the sharp falls during the financial crisis. Investors piled back into the sector,...

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