Merrill Lynch & Co. last week became the first U.S. asset manager to take advantage of a new Australian tax law that makes U.S. mutual funds more inviting to Australian investors.

The New York-based company has made 11 of its 83 Merrill Lynch Asset Management Funds available in Australia, including a global technology fund, a corporate bond fund, and a euro fund.

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