Soft-closed in 2013
China and India weaker performers
Will remain as portfolio manager
Raises number of holdings
Mark Mobius, executive chairman of the Templeton emerging markets group, has urged investors to hold at least 30% in emerging markets to ensure they are properly diversified.
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