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The fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth from a portfolio primarily made up of equity securities of companies in developed and emerging market countries throughout the world. The Investment Manager is not restricted in its choice of companies either by size of industry, or in terms of geographical allocation of the portfolio, and will choose investments largely determined by the availability of attractive opportunities. Investments are usually focused in the highest conviction stock recommendations identified by FIL Group research analysts, other than in extreme market conditions or where required to meet the investment objective of the fund. The fund may invest its net assets directly in China A and B Shares. The fund is actively managed. The Investment Manager will, when selecting investments for the fund and for the purposes of monitoring risk consider the MSCI AC WI Index (the "Index") as the Index constituents are representative of the type of companies the fund invests in. When monitoring risk, the Investment Manager may reference the Index for the purpose of setting internal guidelines. These guidelines represent overall levels of exposure relative to the Index Where the fund invests in securities that are included in the Index, its allocation to those securities is likely to differ from the Index allocation. The Investment Manager has a wide range of discretion with regards to the investment selection and may invest in companies, sectors, countries and security types not included in the Index in order to take advantage of investment opportunities although a substantial portion of the fund's investments is likely to be part of the Index Over short time periods, the fund's performance may be close to the Index, depending on market conditions. Over longer time periods, both the fund's portfolio and performance are expected to vary from that of the Index The fund's performance can be assessed against its Index as the Index constituents are representative of the type of companies the fund invests in.