Between 2013 and 2015, FDI from UK into North America software and IT sector fell.
- Alternative/Renewable energy
- Automotive Components
- Automotive OEM
- Building & Construction Materials
- Business Machines & Equipment
- Business Services
- Ceramics & Glass
- Coal, Oil & Natural Gas
- Consumer Electronics
- Consumer Products
- Electronic Components
- Engines & Turbines
- Financial Services
- Food & Tobacco
- Hotels & Tourism
- Industrial Machinery, Equipment & Tools
- Leisure & Entertainment
- Medical Devices
- Non-Automotive Transport OEM
- Paper, Printing & Packaging
- Real Estate
- Software & IT Services
- Space & Defence
- Warehousing & Storage
- Wood Products
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Capital investment and job creation on the wane in 'rest of Europe' region, with Russia taking the highest number of projects.
Luxembourg is carving out a niche as a finch hub, offering start-ups in the sector an impressive support network. However, can such a small location attract and retain the required talent to compete with the likes of London and San Francisco? Natasha Turak investigates.
The world’s three biggest automotive companies – Toyota, GM and Volkswagen – are starting to see global sales markets as individually targetable rather than one homogenous whole. Lillie Guyer looks at how each is altering its international strategy.
The automotive components sector has been largely dominated by three countries – Mexico, the US and China – in recent years, with emerging locations, including India, Thailand, Germany and the UK, trailing behind.
Its cheap labour and proximity to China are already luring major investors, including South Korean conglomerate Samsung, into Vietnam. And recently signed trade agreements look set to further consolidate the country's position as a major FDI player in south-east Asia.
London maintains its title of the most expensive European city in which to live and work, but other major cities in the continent with a reputation for being tech hubs are witnessing similarly exponential rises in living costs for workers, according to a Savills report.
North American software and IT services project numbers and investment are both increasing in Asia-Pacific.
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