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Nuevo León governor takes Nafta battle to Trump

Jaime Rodríguez, the governor of Mexico’s northern industrial heartland of Nuevo León, tells Jacopo Dettoni about how his cabinet is trying to attract Asian investors to offset the consequences of any review of Nafta.

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Portugal's long-term education strategy pays off

Portugal’s long-term educational policies are paying dividends, with a high proportion of young people speaking more than one language and even sporting a master's degree. This in turn is attracting international companies and creating conditions that could lure many overseas Portuguese back. Courtney Fingar reports.

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Was the ‘Guatemalan Spring’ an illusion?

A year into president Jimmy Morales’s mandate, Guatemala’s economic woes persist. Michael Deibert reports.

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Amazon gets green light for food stores in India

Giant e-tailer Amazon has received permission in India for some food-only stores. The $515m deal is likely to spark similar action by local online grocery companies, as N Chandra Mohan reports.

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Cairn case raises worries about India’s retrospective tax policies

Contrary to earlier pledges, the Indian government appears to be pursuing retrospective taxation, which could spook foreign investors. N Chandra Mohan reports.

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Dallas-Fort Worth mayors strengthen Canadian ties

With the renegotiation of Nafta looming large, the mayors of Dallas-Fort Worth are renewing and enhancing Canadian relationships with a trade visit to Toronto and Quebec. Erika Morphy reports.

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Cuba enjoys surge in inward investment

While yearly figures are erratic, FDI into Cuba has risen overall in the past five years, aided by agreement between previous US president Barack Obama and his Cuban counterpart Raúl Castro. Edna Rodriguez reports.

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Growth of e-commerce pushes investor interest in logistics

European cities still face challenges relating to logistics, says JLL report.

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Investors least bullish for years, says AT Kearney

AT Kearney's confidence index shows a much more muted outlook by investors, but predicts a continuing appetite for FDI. Karen E Thuermer reports.

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fDi’s Island Economies of the Future 2017/18 – Sri Lanka takes the summit

Sri Lanka has been named fDi’s Island Economy of the Future for 2017/18, with Cyprus and the Dominican Republic ranking second and third. Cathy Mullan reports.

Sri Lanka retains most diversified island economy crown

The second annual fDi Diversification Index for Island Economies has again determined those locations that have the most diversified greenfield foreign investment portfolio. Sri Lanka and New Zealand remain in the top spots, while the Dominican Republic rises to third place. Cathy Mullan reports.

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Asian cities loom large in life sciences

Asia has been the destination for much life sciences investment since 2012, with city-state Singapore jostling with China’s Shanghai for top billing, and other regional cities appearing in the top 25.

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Seattle added 3142 jobs in Q1, 2017, the most in the Americas

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