Franklin Templeton Investments, the U.S. fund firm, will dive into the Polish mutual fund market, the Polish News Digest reports.

All the company needs now is a Polish business partner that could sell its funds there. With only $10 billion in assets under management, Poland seems to be a virtually untapped area for U.S. firms.

Franklin possessed $353.1 billion in assets under management as of August, according to results released Thursday. That represents an 18% increase from $297.3 billion from a year ago.
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