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The Asia Pacific ex-Japan sectors at both the Investment Management Association and the Association of Investment Companies flourished over the past decade given the high growth and development that occurred across the region. This is best reflected by strong year on year GDP and export growth by Asia Pacific constituents, which has led to a high degree of foreign direct investment from those seeking to benefit from the gains on offer.
By contrast Japan – the once dominant force in the region – experienced a dismal decade which left sister sector Asia Pacific inc-Japan lagging behind by a considerable margin. When comparing both sectors side by side it is evident that the Asia Pacific ex-Japan sector overshadows Asia Pacific inc-Japan on both total assets under management for the entire sector and the number of constituent funds.
China and India have been the recent key driving force in the prosperity of the region as a whole, and when probing into funds’ holdings it is evident that Chinese and Indian securities tend to dominate Asia Pacific portfolios.
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