TEMIT: UK investors missing out on returns amid fears EMs are 'too risky'

Investors hesitant about emerging markets despite daily reliance on products

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Chetan Sehgal of TEMIT
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Chetan Sehgal of TEMIT

Just 11% of consumers in the UK invest in emerging markets, despite 93% using a product or service from these markets daily, according to research conducted by the Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT).

The research found that 27.3 million people in the UK own a TV produced by South Korean company, Samsung, while one in four use a product manufactured by Turkey-based Beko. However, those same consumers...

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