They have an attractive suite of foreign ETFs, ranging from Taiwan, India to Germany: https://www.franklintempleton.com/investor/investments-and-solutions/investment-options/etfs/franklin-libertyshares/passive-etfs
Take Taiwan for instance - FLTW. The volume traded is surprisingly low: https://i.imgur.com/N3TOuLZ.jpg
ie. it seems to have done only 140,000USD worth of trade on Friday.
This compared with Blackrock's EWT, which did 3.3M shares worth of trade = 100 times that of FLTW.
The holdings are pretty much identical, and they're 99% correlated over the past 36 months - https://i.imgur.com/9DNcoST.png. FLTW has a better dividend rate (1.97% vs 1.69%) and a lower expense ratio (0.19% vs 0.59%) which I believe is to attract investors.
EWT began on June 20, 2000 and FLTW much more recently on Nov 02, 2017, which is probably why the latter's volume is so much lower.
Franklin Templeton is a reputable investment firm I think, so is there a reasonable risk here of liquidity here, or any other that I might not have foreseen?