Tunisia’s in-bound FDI has been declining steadily in recent years, down 89.29% since 2008.
fDi Intelligence identifies the latest data trends driving crossborder greenfield investment
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The period 2012-2014 saw a drastic decline in business services FDI, despite strong investment from Spain.
FDI into Poland’s software and IT services sector declined between 2012 and 2014.
FDI tracked into the Asia-Pacific region decreased consistently during the second quarter of 2015, with figures for capital investment, jobs and individual projects all seeing a decline as the quarter progressed.
Since 2011, Africa has witnessed a 187.5% increase in real estate FDI. Casablanca, Kampala and Accra lead the way as the top locations for investment.
Saudi Arabia has experienced a steady decline in foreign direct investment since 2011 and 2015 figures look set to follow the downwards trend.
Asia-Pacific transportation sector projects have experienced a steady four-year decline.
Between January 2012 and December 2014, Belgium's business services sector has seen a continuing reduction in investment.
FDI from North America into France recorded year-on-year declines between January 2012 and December 2014.
Between January 2010 and December 2014, there was a global decline in FDI in new offices in the alternative and renewable energy sector.
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