FDI into Australia in 2013 is back on an upwards trajectory, thanks to interest from the US.
fDi Intelligence identifies the latest data trends driving crossborder greenfield investment
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FDI looks set to decrease further in 2013 in Tunisia.
First-quarter figures show European FDI remains in a slump.
India's investment into Africa remains ahead of China's.
The autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan attracted relatively high levels of FDI in the first quarter of 2013, helping it to close the FDI gap with the rest of the country.
FDI flows into and out of the Czech Republic converged in 2012, with an increase in outbound FDI and decrease in inbound FDI.
FDI into Nigeria has been on upward trajectory between 2010 and 2012, with this growth looking set to continue in 2013.
In line with a general downward trend in FDI, the financial services sector recorded a significant decrease in project numbers in February 2013 compared with March 2012.
There has been a year-on-year decline in Italian outbound FDI between 2008 and 2012.
Belgium had recorded a significant decline in FDI since 2007, with 2012 figures representing an 87% decrease in capital investment.
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