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Do you own an Asia Pacific ex Japan fund that isn't run by Aberdeen or First State?
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By Joshua Ausden on 22 May, 2013 at 17:30
Cazenove’s Robin McDonald says he is sticking by FE Alpha Manager Philip Gibbs’ Jupiter Absolute Return fund, even though it’s had a miserable three years in total return terms.
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