Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

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Asia

Implications of Malaysia’s Election Surprise

Malaysia’s general election resulted in a stunning upset, ending the rule of the party that had been in power more than 60 years, since the country gained independence. Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Gerald Sheah discusses the implications of the opposition-party victory there, a momentous event in Malaysia’s history.

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Perspective

Risks, Opportunities and Adventures in Borneo

Borneo is the world’s third-largest island and its equatorial rainforest is home to many species of plants and animals, which attracts tourists from around the world. Borneo also boasts significant power resources, including hydroelectric power, coal and natural gas deposits; liquefied natural gas is a key export.

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Perspective

Malaysia and Islamic Finance in Emerging Markets

The world of Islamic finance and investing represents an exciting world of opportunities to us, and one we think should likely continue to grow.

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Descending a Mine Shaft in the Kazakhstan Steppes

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Emerging Markets in 2011 – Strong Economies, Rising Prices

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2010 – A Notable Year of Emerging Market Growth

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Malaysia: Respecting History, Embracing the Future

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Readers’ Questions Answered

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The View From The Other Side