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Fondul Proprietatea is a joint stock company operating as a closed–end investment fund without a set lifetime, incorporated in Romania, trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange since January 2011.

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27.11.2014
Update regarding the secondary listing of Fondul Proprietatea on the London Stock Exchange
27.11.2014
Fondul Proprietatea and investors concerned by recent changes to the energy distribution tariffs methodology
21.11.2014
Fondul Proprietatea showcases Romanian companies to investors with over USD 700 billion assets under management
21.11.2014
Update regarding the registration of the new value of the paid-up share capital

Mark Mobius' Blog

13.11.2014
Indonesian Optimism

Southeast Asia represents one of the fastest-growing regions in the world today, and is one that we are excited about as investors. The Templeton Emerging Markets Group held our semiannual analyst conference in Jakarta in September, and one of the key reasons for choosing that location was to observe and discuss the changes and challenges on the ground with the new regime of President Joko Widodo. I’ve invited my colleague Tek Khoan Ong to pen some thoughts on the outlook and investment opportunities in Indonesia today. Tek Khoan Ong, CFA® Senior Executive Vice President, Managing Director Templeton Emerging Markets Group As investors in Indonesia, we think there is much to be excited about. Indonesia has a large and young population that is fast-urbanizing and, hence, fueling growth in income and consumption. It has the world’s 4th largest population of more than 240 million (5th largest considering the European Union as a whole, as of 2013), more than 40% of which are younger than 25 years old.1 Indonesia’s resource-rich economy is the 16th largest in the world, and it could become the 7th largest by 2030, if the economy’s GDP growth trend of 5-6% per annum continues.