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    "the" "for"

    Dear teachers

    I am writing a question below. Not sure if I should put "the" and "for" as shown in 2) instead. Or you have better suggestions, please let me know.

    1) Under current market condition, what investment strategy should the investors adopt in Asia Pacific ex-Japan market?

    2) Under the current market condition, what investment strategy should investors adopt for Asia Pacific ex-Japan market?

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    Holden

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    Re: "the" "for"

    2) Under current market conditions, what investment strategy should investors adopt for the Asia Pacific ex-Japan market?

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