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Incubator opens door to India's emerging technology market

A new technology incubator is giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to meet and work within Bangalore’s stimulating start-up ecosystem.

Kazakhstan brings in FDI reforms

It is hoped that a series of reforms to the country's investment framework will lure foreign investors back to Kazakhstan and help to diversify its economy.

FDI levels down in Asia's automotive OEM sector

FDI into Asia's automotive original equipment manufacturer sector is in decline, following a downward trend that started in 2012.

India opens up defence sector – with conditions

The Indian government plans to lift the ceiling on FDI into defence, but proposals will be considered on a case-by-case basis only. 

New FDI rule proposals in Indian transport sector

India's new government has made the first steps in allowing 100% FDI in certain parts of the transport industry.

Uneven return to FDI growth

Uneven return to FDI growth

The world is seeing a return to growth in greenfield FDI, according to the latest findings from the fDi report, but while some areas surge ahead, others are seeing hesitant growth or even a decline.

New Zealand split in two over FDI

New Zealand split in two over FDI

The question of how much foreign investment is too much is a hot topic in New Zealand. On one side of the argument proponents of FDI believe it is responsible for the country's higher-than-average economic growth, but on the other, patriotic New Zealanders believe that the level of foreign ownership, particularly of land, has reached a tipping point.

Japanese investment in Mexico on upward trend

Investment from Japan-based companies into Mexico showed a steady increase between January 2009 and December 2013.

Abenomics arrows off target

Are Abenomics arrows off target when it comes to reviving Japanese FDI?

Prime minister Shinzo Abe says he wants to double the level of FDI into Japan, but for now the country remains the ‘most closed investment market in the developed world’, according to one former EU trade commissioner. How can Japan boost its inbound investment appeal?

FDI inflows run out of energy in central Asia

FDI inflows run out of energy in central Asia

FDI into central Asia has largely been limited to extractive sectors. While this has led to some big-ticket investments, it can be unreliable as a source of capital inflow, and countries in the region are waking up to the fact that they need to diversify their economies and broaden their appeal.

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