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    Default investment funds and others vs. investment and other funds

    1) Investment funds and others (to mean: and other funds)
    2) Investment and other funds (to mean: investment funds and other funds)

    I'd go for (1). Which one would you choose?

    I should probably add I need to keep it in the form of a heading as it's part of a table of contents. The text deals with private banking.
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    Default Re: investment funds and others vs. investment and other funds

    It would depend on the context.

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    Default Re: investment funds and others vs. investment and other funds

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    It would depend on the context.
    I've just edited my OP, this is pretty much all context I have. So again, I'm translating a table of contents. The heading I asked about belongs to a chapter titled "Non-bank products and services".

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    Default Re: investment funds and others vs. investment and other funds

    I'd go for 1), too.

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    Default Re: investment funds and others vs. investment and other funds

    I'd go for #2.

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    Default Re: investment funds and others vs. investment and other funds

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I'd go for 1), too.
    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    I'd go for #2.
    Not making it easy on me, are you? ;) I'll just conveniently assume I could go for either.

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