Fund managers see a decreasing number of bargains

  • 2007-05-02
  • By Steve Roman
TALLINN - Let's face it, for investors looking to buy cheap and make it big in the emerging Eastern European market sector, the Baltic countries aren't as attractive as they used to be. The region's economic growth spurt happened in the 1990s, and now the three countries no longer have that "emerging" quality. There are, however, still some exciting investments out there. The Baltic Times contacted fund managers specializing in the Baltics to find out their views on the investment outlook for the region and where, if anywhere, they find deals.First, the bad news: As mentioned, investors a...
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