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'This is one of the best times to, I think, ever have been in Asia'

A number of the world’s leading Asia macro strategists have turned markedly bullish on the region’s prospects, with investment conditions and the economic outlook in the emerging markets seen as the best in 25 years. It represents a significant opportunity for investors, at a time when global asset managers have been heavily underweight in the region for the past five years.
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