International equities staged a solid advance in the first part of 2013, as markets grew more confident about the global growth outlook and Europe’s sovereign debt crisis eased. Looking ahead, many U.S. investors may be wondering if international equities still offer attractive value and whether this is the right time to diversify their existing U.S. equity portfolios by adding an international component.

We recently spoke with Jonathan Matthews, lead manager of T. Rowe Price’s International Growth & Income Fund (TRIGX), to get his view on the value proposition currently offered by international equities and to discuss how his own investment process is leading him to specific opportunities in the non-U.S. markets.

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