The top performer in The fDi Report 2016 has continued its strong growth into the new year
fDi Intelligence identifies the latest data trends driving crossborder greenfield investment
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Between 2013 and 2015, FDI from UK into North America software and IT sector fell.
Capital investment and job creation on the wane in 'rest of Europe' region, with Russia taking the highest number of projects.
New Zealand sees FDI uptick in 2015 and also claimed a record share of total Antipodean investment.
Electronic components, textiles and food and tobacco led FDI into Vietnam over the last quarter of 2015.
North American software and IT services project numbers and investment are both increasing in Asia-Pacific.
While project numbers are increasing in north Africa, they are increasing more quickly in the rest of the continent.
The fourth quarter of 2015 saw increased investment in the western European life sciences sector, compared with the previous quarter.
The number of projects recorded by US companies in Canada has been in decline since 2012.
Total FDI from Europe into Asia-Pacific suffered a decline in 2015, marking a third year of decreased investment between the two regions.
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