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Mahindra head looks to play to Detroit's strengths

India’s Mahindra Group is investing in an automaking plant in Detroit to build utility vehicles from scratch, attracted by a combination of engineering talent, non-union labour and state incentives, as CEO Rick Haas tells Philippa Maister.

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View from Europe: Foreign investors should not be property price scapegoats

Foreign investors are often blamed for sky-rocketing real estate prices. But the truth is more complex, according to two new pieces of research, as Martin G Kaspar reports.

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Australia reaps the HQ dividends

High-profile companies, particularly those in the tech industry, are increasingly choosing Australia as the location for their Asia-Pacific headquarters. Douglas Clark investigates why.

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Singapore retains FDI reinvestment crown

Singapore is again the lead city in fDi's ranking assessing reinvestment levels, with London second and Bangalore third. Naomi Davies looks at the results.

Is India's budget foreign investor-friendly?

India’s latest capital gains tax has seen investors deserting the country. But are they ignoring the opportunities that still exist? N Chandra Mohan reports.

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China unveils measures to increase inbound FDI

With FDI into China declining slightly in 2017, the government has come up with plans designed to boost foreign investment, including a relaxation of restrictions and tax cuts. Nexia’s Flora Luo and Scott Heidecke report.

China lends Cambodia FDI support

After a difficult year for Cambodia’s inbound FDI, China looks ready to assist its neighbour in reversing the trend. Emerson Davis reports.

India liberalises FDI regime

Policy amendments could mean a complete overhaul of India's climate for foreign investors.

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Vietnam privatisation gathers steam

Vietnam’s privatisation programme saw a notable success in 2017 with the sale of a 54% stake in the country's leading beer manufacturer. Peter Janssen investigates whether this move will open the floodgates.

More FDI could boost Bhutan’s happiness

Bhutan uses its own measure of “gross national happiness”, and is doing well by this standard. But if the country can diversify its economy and invest in ICT, it could attract FDI that would improve its fortunes still further. John West reports.

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