Mobius sees value in Thailand

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Despite the political unrest in Thailand, Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Asset Management, still sees plenty of value in the country. In this exclusive interview, he tells CNBC’s Bernard Lo why.

I am keeping a close eye on Thailand in order to determine a good entry point. The chart is posted below the video.

Source: CNBC, April 26, 2010.

Source: StockCharts.com

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1 comment to Mobius sees value in Thailand

  • I’ve been in Thailand for 7 years now. Some things about the country are great, but when you try and really get anything done, I haven’t seen any change at all. It will be another generation or two before we’ve got another Singapore.

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