MAPI predicts US manufacturing upturn

Industry body says a return to growth in US manufacturing is likely in the long term.

Colombia’s business services FDI falls

The period 2012-2014 saw a drastic decline in business services FDI, despite strong investment from Spain.

Mexican ports playing bigger role in North American supply chain: Cushman & Wakefield

Mexico is increasingly important to North America’s supply chain, especially in automobile and parts manufacturing.


ProChile director looks to more equal growth

The director of Chile's export promotion bureau, ProChile, tells fDi that changes to the country's education system will see an eventual improvement in the skill levels of its workforce, while the drive to assist SMEs in exporting their goods should provide a further boost to the government's efforts to spread the benefits of years of economic growth.


Paraguay minister of culture seeking to build on Asuncion overhaul

Mabel Causarano, Paraguay’s minister of culture, is also involved in securing investment for the rejuvenation of capital city Asuncion's historic centre. She believes this will act as a catalyst to a wider regeneration of Paraguay, as Jason Mitchell discovers.


Chile looks to FDI to solve energy and infrastructure problems

Chile's FDI performance over the past decade has been hugely impressive. However, wary of its inadequate infrastructure and expensive energy prices, the country's government is keen to attract further foreign investment as a way of solving these problems.


An expanding advantage: how Chilean firms are making their mark overseas

The glut of free-trade agreements that Chile has with upwards of 60 countries gives its companies – particularly its SMEs – access to a potentially huge customer base, something the county's government is encouraging them to take advantage of.


A learning curve: how foreign students can provide an FDI boost

As the number of foreigners studying in the US hits a new high, the investment benefits of hosting overseas students are becoming increasingly apparent to universities and local investment promotion bodies alike.

View from America: the profits of M&A doom

Thanks to the cyclical nature of the markets, there is always an upside to bad news.


Dominican Republic stays mobile on growth

Despite the economic struggles of the wider Caribbean and Latin America region, the Dominican Republic is set to record strong growth for 2015, with its financial services sector – and mobile banking in particular – thriving.

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