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More than half of energy projects miss deadlines: EY

Delays to large-scale energy projects are at risk of making such deals uneconomical for investors, according to a new study by global consultancy Ernst and Young.

India brokers investment deals with Japan

Japan has pledged more than $30bn of investment in India, following a visit by Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, to the country.

A bumper year for Australian FDI

Australia is becoming a prime destination for investment, according to the latest FDI data.

Thailand's industrial machinery, equipment and tools sector shows signs of recovery

Investment into Thailand's industrial machinery, equipment and tools sector is starting to pick up, following a period of dwindling investment.

Economic freedoms in decline in some regions: Heritage Foundation

According to the latest Index of Economic Freedom, compiled by US-based conservative think tank Heritage Foundation and newspaper The Wall Street Journal, a number of countries, particularly those in the Middle East, saw economic freedoms decline compared with last year.

Putting the diaspora to work

Bringing it back home: putting the diaspora to work

A diaspora has long been an invaluable source of income to those in developing countries. But channelling this capital into public projects that will benefit the country in the long term is a difficult task, and one which only a few are experiencing notable success in.

View from Asia: Russia looks east for business partners

The threat of sanctions from the West carries less weight than ever for Russia.

GSK in China

A healthy long-term outlook for China's pharmaceutical sector

Allegations of corruption have dealt a blow to several international pharmaceutical companies operating in China. Despite this, the long-term prognosis for the industry remains good, with huge growth potential in what is set to become the world's second largest drugs market by 2016.

Where is China investing?

Chinese companies have been some of the biggest investors around the world over the past decade. fDi looks at where the money is going.

CPOF 2014

Chinese Provinces of the Future 2014/15

Shanghai has been crowned fDi’s Chinese Province of the Future 2014/15, with Beijing and Guangdong taking second and third places, respectively.

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