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En español - Mexican States of the Future 2016/17: los ganadores

En español - South American States of the Future 2016/17: los ganadores

FDI from UK into North American IT falls

Between 2013 and 2015, FDI from UK into North America software and IT sector fell.

View from America: Listening through the noise

While many of the US presidential hopefuls talk about changing the country's business environment, it is worth noting that none are looking to deter foreign investors. 

Bostjan Skalar

Waipa chief calls for focus on sustainable development goals

Waipa's newly appointed executive director, Bostjan Skalar, tells Jacopo Dettoni why developing countries must focus on priority markets and sustainable development goals in an uncertain economy.

Sam Liccardo

San Jose mayor looks beyond 'lucky' tech supremacy

The mayor of California's San Jose, Sam Liccardo, acknowledges that he is lucky to be running a city into which investors – particularly tech giants – are flocking, but he tells Michal Kaczmarski that he is keen to maintain a diverse economy and an affordable cost of living for its inhabitants.

Daniel Guerrero

San Marcos mayor happy with his small advantage

The Texan city of San Marcos is establishing a reputation as a tech hub within the state, and counts Amazon among its list of satisfied customers. It's mayor, Daniel Guerrero, tells Michal Kaczmarski why the small but affluent city is proving so adept at punching above its weight.

South American States of the Future

South American States of the Future 2016/17: the winners

São Paulo has retained the top spot in the South American States of the Future ranking for 2016/17, with Buenos Aires Autonomous City rising to claim second place and Rio de Janeiro ranking third. Cathy Mullan reports. 

South America rankings: FDI Strategy

Parana, located in the south of Brazil, has topped the ranking for FDI Strategy, with Bogota in Colombia second and São Paulo third.

Mexican States of the Future

Mexican States of the Future 2016/17: the winners

Mexico’s Federal District state – home to the country's capital city – has been named fDi’s inaugural Mexican State of the Future for 2016/17, while Nuevo León has been ranked second and Querétaro third. Cathy Mullan reports.

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