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A shy beginning

27 April 2015 By Andy Mukherjee

The $125 billion Employees’ Provident Fund is making its maiden foray into equity. The planned 5 percent allocation to stocks doesn’t pack the punch of Japanese pension funds’ recent portfolio shift. But a bolder switch will require overcoming unions’ mistrust of markets.

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