With a possible review of Nafta around the corner and the war of words with US president Donald Trump showing no sign of abating, Mexico’s state officials and the national government are scrambling to strengthen ties with Asian investors, as Jacopo Dettoni reports.
Contrary to popular perceptions, FDI into US manufacturing has been going up over the past decade, at an average 9% per year. Timothy Conley reports.
The prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves, ruffled numerous feathers with his plans for an international airport on the small island nation. He talks to Courtney Fingar about the benefits the newly opened project will bring.
Incentives and a host of attractions cemented Orlando in Florida as a perfect location for KPMG’s new training office. But equally important have been efforts by the Orlando Economic Partnership to make the move as smooth as possible, including finding a site close to the local airport. Michal Kaczmarski reports.
The national and local investment climate in the US is confusing to most investors. Here, Robert Ginsburg outlines a three-point framework for them to measure Donald Trump’s impact on inbound investments.
US president Donald Trump has set a broad agenda of change in government programmes. Now his appointees have been tasked with executing it, writes Daniel Malachuk.
US president Donald Trump has already alienated some companies with his attempted travel ban but others are hoping that the former entrepreneur’s policies will result in a positive business environment in the country. What is clear is that his administration will be unlike any seen before, as Erika Morphy reports.
The shockwaves caused by Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential elections are still being felt on a global scale, with foreign investors now having to reconsider the country’s risk profile. Philippa Maister assesses the situation.
Mexico will not accept US limitations in the form of tariffs or quantitative managed trade schemes, deputy economy minister Juan Carlos Baker tells Jacopo Dettoni. There might be room to review the rule of origin – but only if this strengthens regional value chains.
New York has once again been named fDi’s American City of the Future, topping the 2017/18 rankings, while San Francisco has held on to its second position with Houston third. Meanwhile, Canadian cities have shown most notable movement in the list, as Cathy Mullan reports.
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