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Neil Woodford Interview

In a rare interview - one of the UK's top fund managers Neil Woodford from Invesco Perpetual talks to Money Box's Ruth Alexander about why he thinks investment should be done for long-term gain rather than short-term profits. He currently manages over £10 billions of assets - and has consistently made much higher long-term profits than other fund managers, despite having a rocky few years through the recession.

This is a longer version of the interview from the 24th July 2010 Money Box programme.

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