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"A growing taste for exotic fare" (Finance, Nov. 28) incorrectly states that emerging-market international equity investments by U.S. pension funds, foundations, and other traditionally conservative investors rose to $1.035 trillion dollars in 2004, or 16.2% of total investments. That should have referred to all international equity investment. The total for emerging markets alone was $93 billion, or 1.5% of total investment.