T. Rowe Price has launched the Global Infrastructure Fund, a long-term growth fund that will invest in infrastructure-related companies around the world, including the U.S. It is available as a no-load mutual fund or through adviser class shares.

The fund will invest in 60 to 90 stocks in at least five countries, with a particular emphasis on emerging markets and high dividend-yielding stocks covering transportation, communication, energy and other essential services required for the function of modern society.

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