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Idaho state representatives whet investor interest

Speaking at the Select USA Investment Summit in Washington, DC, in March, representatives from Idaho stressed the state's investment potential, particularly in the food industry, citing the long list of investors that had located to the state in recent years. 

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US president makes strong FDI case

Speaking to attendees at the SelectUSA Investment Summit in March, US president Barack Obama outlined the US's investment attractiveness and revealed plans aimed at increasing investment into the country.

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Egypt pitches sub-Saharan Africa on revitalised ties

Over the last two years, Egypt has made efforts to rehabilitate its political image as an African rather than a solely Arab state. That sales pitch appears be working to deepen economic ties with its sub-Saharan neighbours.

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Mauritius makes healthcare FDI push

Mauritius is promoting investment in healthcare in an attempt to position itself as a medical hub at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. 

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India raises FDI insurance limit

After months of political wrangling, India has finally passed its Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill 2015, raising the FDI limit in the sector to 49%. 

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Euro depreciation warms investments in Kosovo

A declining euro could have a positive impact on Kosovo's inward FDI flows, according to the country's government and investment agency, Kosovo Investment and Enterprise Support Agency.

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UK city leaders make case for devolution

Speaking at the annual international property show Mipim in March, several UK council leaders expressed their desire for devolution of English regions.

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Despite slowing growth, China in Africa for the long haul

China lowered its 2015 growth projections to “around 7 percent” on 5 March - the slowest rate in 24 years - amid fears that a slowdown in the Asian powerhouse could dampen economic ties with Africa.

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Egypt’s new waterway: People power or pipe dream?

Egypt’s iconic Suez Canal is getting an upgrade - and the Egyptian people are footing the bill. The canal, which cuts from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea and is one of the great axes of global trade, and is a point of national pride for Egyptians. Egypt’s cash strapped government is capitalising on this sense of national ownership in order to fund the first stage of the project through the sale of investment certificates. 

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A 3D revolution in Africa?

As the 3D printing industry gains traction across the world, entrepreneurs all over Africa are coming up with 3D printers and 3D printed innovations of their own.

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