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Hi,

I was watching an fund (VIRTUS) manager's presentation about investments in emerging economies and he mentioned that buying shares in 'Nestle India' would be a 'pure play' in a sound company and a stock to look into.

So I have looked around for info and have reviewed the Nestle India 'investors' information' on their website. But when I looked for the stock/ADR on my Scottrade account there was nothing listed.

If I do want to buy shares of 'Nestle India' how would I do that? Would I have to open an account at Mellon Bank or some such place?

(I do not want to buy 'Nestle India' thru an emerging markets mutual fund since we already have positions in a couple of those.)

Thank you very much. J.
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