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India's new budget keeps old tax rules

In its first budget announcement since being elected, India’s National Democratic Alliance party alluded to revising the country's retrospective taxation rules, but failed to put these words into action.

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2015 a 'complicated' year for elections across Africa

For a continent with 54 countries, it is not unusual for Africa to see multiple elections in the average year. However, 2015 is set be “remarkably stacked”, according to analysis from South Africa’s Standard Bank, with nearly one in three countries across the region headed for major parliamentary or presidential polls.

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South Korea pledges improvements business environment

South Korea’s trade minister has pledged to ease investment regulations and promote FDI in the country.

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China plans FDI regulation reforms

In a bid to improve its investment environment, the Chinese government has released a draft proposal of a new foreign investment law. 

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Cautious optimism towards M&A in 2015

While 2014 was a strong year for mergers and acquisitions, companies are taking a cautious approach to deal making in 2015, according to experts speaking at an M&A Research Centre event held in London in February. 

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Bristol mayor sets FDI targets

Speaking at an investment conference in February, Bristol's mayor, George Ferguson, outlined his vision for making Bristol a leading investment destination in the UK. 

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Commerzbank predicts strong growth in central Asia

A report by German lender Commerzbank highlights the growth potential of central Asian economies, including Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia.

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Wage increases weaken FDI flows in Indonesia

Foreign investors are shifting away from Indonesia's traditional industrial heartland in Jakarta in response to the province's increasing minimum wage. 

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Cheap oil: Who are the winners and losers in Africa?

The recent free fall in oil prices is creating winners and losers across the globe, and Africa is no exception. Some of the consequences of cheap oil seem obvious: the oil exporting economies in Africa will take a hit, while the importers will rejoice.

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Zambia copper disputes reflect wider unease in African mining

As the mining industry gathers for the annual Mining Indaba conference in South Africa, Zambia is the latest country in the region to become embroiled in disputes over natural resource regulation with companies operating within its borders.

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