Ira,I just found this info when searching for instructions for form 1116.https://www.dws-investments.com/EN/_img/tax-center/MC71847_T...-------FOREIGN INCOMEShareholders completing Form 1116 for tax year 2008are no longer required to report foreign income earnedand foreign taxes paid on a country-by-country basis.To complete Part I of Form 1116, calculate your totalincome from foreign sources paid by the Fund bymultiplying the amount in Box 1a of Form 1099-DIVby the percentage found in the accompanyingForeign Tax table.To complete Part II of Form 1116, your total foreigntax paid by the Fund is the amount shown in Box 6of your Form 1099-DIV. If you have foreign sourcequalified dividends (Box 1b of Form 1099-DIVmultiplied by the foreign income factor), you may berequired to make certain adjustments to your foreignsource income calculations before completingIRS Form 1116. You do not need to use these tablesif you do not file IRS Form 1116.FOREIGN TAX TABLE FOR 2008Fund name Foreign income factorDWS EAFE Equity Index Fund 98.51%DWS Emerging Markets Equity Fund 100.00%DWS Europe Equity Fund 95.03%DWS Global Opportunities Fund 94.95%DWS Global Thematic Fund 36.15%DWS International Fund 95.66%DWS International Select Equity Fund 98.07%DWS International Value Opportunity Fund 59.25%DWS Japan Equity Fund 27.22%DWS Latin America Equity Fund 99.37%-----------We do not hold these particular mutual funds but the commentary is useful. It seems to say that we do not have to break down each mutual fund by individual countries. Now if I can just find a similar table for our mutual funds (mostly Vanguard).MKT
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