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Mutual fund penetration low among Indian, Indonesian investors

Despite popular belief that investors from India and Indonesia mostly prefer conservative instruments like mutual funds, penetration levels for such products in the two jurisdictions have been low, says an Asian-based poll. Indonesian and Indian fund investors who buy mutual funds said demands for capital protection and having clear investment targets are key reasons for buying such products, notes research house…

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