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Osaka presses ahead with urban regeneration plans

Several large-scale urban development projects are underway in Osaka to cater to a growing population living downtown and boost the city’s status as a business destination and knowledge hub

FDI adding to Vietnam's economic recovery

Investment into Vietnam, led by Japan, South Korea, Singapore and China, is on the up, though the US withdrawal from the Trans Pacific Partnership is a worry

Indonesia throws its weight behind FDI

As Fitch upgrades the country’s rating, Indonesia is finally prioritising infrastructure investment. Gordon Feller reports.

India plans to liberalise rules for FPIs

The Indian government has announced plans to make its economy more friendly towards foreign investors.

Moody's upgrade brings FDI optimism for Mongolia

Moody’s has upgraded Mongolia's credit rating and, with copper prices projected to rise, the resource-rich country is well positioned to garner further FDI.

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Kyrgyzstan’s deputy tourism minister dreams big

Azamat Jamankulov, Kyrgyzstan’s deputy minister of culture, tourism and information, and its head of the department of tourism, tells Courtney Fingar about his country’s opportunities for travel industry investment.

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Mahindra moves into India's industrial space

As India retains its allure as a manufacturing destination, real estate and infrastructure developer Mahindra Lifespace Developers is rolling out industrial clusters around the country to help maintain this momentum. Courtney Fingar reports.

Lawrence Yeo

View from Asia: A strong property picture

Asia's property sector is growing at a predictably variable rate in the region's various countries, but the overall picture is a healthy one, writes Lawrence Yeo.

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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.

Martin Kaspar

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.