The reforms implemented by prime minister Narendra Modi have seen India go a long way towards reaching its rich FDI potential. And while there is still progress to make, particularly when it comes to the ease of doing business, Jacopo Dettoni reports on a country awash with optimism.
Despite the woes of Latin America’s major economies, aerospace heavyweight Boeing believes the region still holds significant potential as a commercial and defence aviation market. Donna Hrinak, president of Boeing Latin America, talks to Jacopo Dettoni about the company’s long-term Latin American commitment.
Armenia aims to exploit its ancient heritage – which includes a civilisation that predates the Egyptian pyramids – and its wine-making expertise to further boost its nascent tourist industry. Courtney Fingar reports.
Property technology has been around for a while but only now are major real estate firms taking notice, as disruptive technologies threaten to shake up the status quo. As MIPIM visitors noted, those who ignore proptech are at risk of being left behind. Natasha Turak reports.
Mexico has responded to US president Donald Trump’s vow to dismantle Nafta by threatening legislation to stop imports of US corn. Timothy Conley reports.
North American investment into China is following a downward trend that began in 2013. James Whitten reports.
Indian FDI from the UK fluctuated wildly in 2016, reports Julie Reynolds.
Despite a small drop in inbound greenfield project numbers, the latest figures on investment in Turkey show a strong increase in capital expenditure contrary to initial reports.
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An assessment of FDI expansions reveals which locations enjoy the most follow-up investments and why. Cathy Mullan analyses the results.
With the number of FDI projects into the Benelux region reaching a 12-year high in 2015, cities across these three countries are rapidly developing into foreign investment hubs. Naomi Davies reports on the top-performing cities when it comes to attracting projects.
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