Year-end Vanguard fund distributions for 2013
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The tables below list Vanguard funds' year-end dividend and capital gains distribution declarations for 2013.
Effective April 4, 2014, Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund merged into Vanguard Tax-Managed International Fund, and the combined fund was renamed Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund. Distributions presented represent those of the former Vanguard Tax-Managed International Fund.
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