Investment News reports the demand and supply for exchange traded funds are growing around the world.  ETFs are not only popular in the U.S., but also abroad.  Assets grew about 30% in some regions of the world in the first part of this year.  Europe is leading the way, but Japan, Mexico and India are not far behind.  In the first half of 2006, 136 ETFs were launched worldwide, versus 119 in all of 2005.

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