Europe FDI outpaced global figures in 2014, with the manufacturing and logistics sector recording double-digit growth.
The UK’s FDI outlook remains positive, according to a report from UK Trade and Investment.
FDI into Poland’s software and IT services sector declined between 2012 and 2014.
Between January 2012 and December 2014, Belgium's business services sector has seen a continuing reduction in investment.
The Spanish region of Navarre had a bumper year for FDI in 2014 and is outpacing the national average for GDP growth. Jules Stewart finds out what is behind the impressive numbers
Europe may not have many megacities, but those that is does have should be viewed as great business opportunities and as shop windows for the continent.
Oleksiy Pavlenko, Ukraine's minister of agriculture, is bringing about reform to the sector through a bout of privatisations and a simplification of the licence system. The private sector is responding to this positively, as Karen E Thuermer found out when she caught up with Mr Pavlenko at the US-Ukraine Investment Forum in July.
There is pressure on Brussels to dissolve crossborder protection treaties, though even the European Commission concedes they have their uses.
Brussels and EU member states are battling for control over investment policy, denting overseas confidence in the region.
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