Kenya has ambitious plans to grow its economy and is targeting foreign investors for its multibillion-dollar projects.
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FDI could decrease up to 15% in 2015, but global mergers and acquisitions are expected to rise.
Africa-wide moves to cut stifling bureaucracy when it comes to foreign investment are being welcomed, but concerns remain over political instability.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai is confident US companies can succeed in China.
Industry body says a return to growth in US manufacturing is likely in the long term.
A wide variety of locations helped US stay on top in the IBM Global Location Trends report, while Ireland scored well in job creation and average project value.
As the re-opening of the Panama Canal approaches, the old battle to be the the most valuable route on the international shipping map begins again.
Nigeria and Kenya are catching up with South Africa, according to a Barclays report, and will play a key role in fuelling the UK-African trade corridor.
A shift in government policy means investors will not be liable for minimum alternate tax
The merging of Pakistan’s three stock exchanges will provide opportunity for outside investors to take advantage of the huge untapped potential of the country’s equity market.
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