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Cairn case raises worries about India’s retrospective tax policies

Contrary to earlier pledges, the Indian government appears to be pursuing retrospective taxation, which could spook foreign investors. N Chandra Mohan reports.

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SelectUSA promises improved investment environment under Trump

In the absence of US president Donald Trump, who skipped the first national investment summit held under his administration, his cabinet secretaries were out in force beating a pro-business drum.

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In Dispute: the pain of Spain

A handful of arbitration cases against Spain regarding its renewable energy policies have been settled, but many more are to come in what will prove a costly process for the country, win or lose, writes Luke Peterson.

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South Korea’s new president promises job growth and corporate governance reform

Newly elected South Korea President Moon Jae-in must overcome formidable opposition if he is to deliver on his campaign promises of job creation, support for SMEs and corporate governance reform. Natasha Turak reports.

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France strikes back: optimism abounds as Macron takes the helm

Emmanuel Macron’s election victory brought equal measures of relief and optimism in France, for keeping the far right at bay and pledging economic growth. But the necessary reforms will entail taking on the powerful unions, which could test the new president’s popularity – and resolve – to the limit. Natasha Turak reports.

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Dallas-Fort Worth mayors strengthen Canadian ties

With the renegotiation of Nafta looming large, the mayors of Dallas-Fort Worth are renewing and enhancing Canadian relationships with a trade visit to Toronto and Quebec. Erika Morphy reports.

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UK less attractive for wealth funds post-Brexit

The UK’s scheduled departure from the EU has dented its popularity with sovereign wealth funds, according to Invesco. Natasha Turak reports.

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Macron warned on Labour reform

France’s new president faces union opposition to his labour reforms. Natasha Turak reports.

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Tough labour reforms to test Macron presidency

After the euphoria of election dies down, French president Emmanuel Macron is likely to face a serious challenge from the unions when he tries to reform the labour law as promised. Natasha Turak reports.

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US work visas getting harder to secure

The US administration’s newly introduced vetting system is likely to stall many visa applications as the more complicated guidelines will take longer to process. Erika Morphy reports.

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