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Greek elections bring mixed messages for investors

Mixed messages from members of the newly elected Syriza government in Greece have left investors wary of whether the country's investment environment will benefit from the change in power. 

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Cuba starts attracting FDI

After the US lifted several of its significant restrictions on Cuba, foreign investors have moved in on the country.

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Argentina tops TMF Group's complexity index

An index compiled by professional services firm TMF Group shows that Argentina is the most complicated place in the world in which to do business.

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Unctad: Global FDI flows declined in 2014

A report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development shows that global FDI inflows were down in 2014, compared to 2013 levels. 

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Positive reactions to US state of the union address

Interest groups, including US trade association, the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC), and Washington, DC-based think tank, Brookings Institute, have reacted positively to the matters raised in the US president's annual speech. 

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CEOs less optimistic in 2015: PWC

Though there are pockets of optimism in various regions and countries, the overall tone of PWC's Global CEO Survey for 2015 is a pessimistic one.

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Sri Lanka's presidential elections set to bring FDI boost

Sri Lanka's new president, Mathripala Sirisena, has caused a stir with some of his statements, but experts are predicting a brighter future for the country when it comes to FDI.

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US government launches Africa campaign

In a bid to encourage US companies to take advantage of investment opportunities in Africa, the US government has launched a series of programmes aimed at facilitating investment in the continent. 

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IDB: Latin America and the Caribbean set for 2015 growth

Latin America and the Caribbean region set to record GDP growth of 2.2% for 2015 according to the Inter-American Development Bank.

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Zimbabwe's vice-president vows to relax investment laws

Zimbabwe’s new vice-president has signalled his intention to promote FDI and cut bureaucracy. 

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