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Vanguard, Amvescap Show Two Ways to Go

Caution and patience mark Vanguard's niche-oriented approach, while Amvescap is deploying a vast network to pursue foreign investors.

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For selling U.S. Funds to Latins, Miami is the Place

Fierce competition has developed in the city as a host of marketers vie for business from large numbers of well-to-do Latin Americans.

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Pioneer, a Foot in Poland's Door, Faces Tough Competition

The country's mutual fund business is tiny, but Pioneer hopes to get a big piece of the action as the pension system is privatized.

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U.S. Investors Avoid Foreign Funds As Returns Lag

While investments in international funds are increasing, people have become wary because performance of foreign markets has trailed the U.S.

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Alliance Capital Shuns Joint Ventures in Japan

The asset management company prefers a large number of distribution partners so it can cast a wider net for retail investors.

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Key to Strong Results: Rebounds in Emerging Markets

Managers of top-ranked funds point to strong results in Russia and a revival in small- and mid-cap companies.

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Managers Patiently Await Boon From the Euro

The adoption of a common European currency should give a boost to U.S. fund companies, just not as quickly as some expected.

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Retirees Remain Cool to Foreign Funds

Older people, mindful of recent turmoil abroad, are wary of international investing.

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