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Volatility in Asian markets 'to continue' in 2012

Most of Asia's markets ended 2011 lower than they had started because of the volatility created by the eurozone debt crisis.

The crisis still remains a big threat to Asian economies who rely on demand from the region to boost their exports.

According to Marco Bardelli, Chief Executive Officer at the Italian owned wealth management firm BDG Singapore, market volatility is likely to continue into 2012.