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UAE’s milestone law will give foreign investors total ownership

An eagerly anticipated legal change will soon enable foreign investors to own 100% of their assets in the United Arab Emirates, which is hoping the move will boost FDI. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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Bayat Energy expansion a victory for Afghanistan’s recovery

Afghanistan, energy-rich but energy-hungry, has secured a major expansion from oil and gas developer, Bayat Energy, thereby marking another step in Afghanistan’s economic recovery. Olivia Azadegan reports.

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Can Europe-Iran relations withstand US withdrawal from JCPOA?

European investment into Iran has been on the rise since the signing of a multilateral agreement with the country over its nuclear programme. Can this developing FDI relationship survive the US’s withdrawal from the deal, and will Asian investors step into the breach? Timothy Conley investigates.

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Guernsey sponsors green investment fund certification

The UK Channel Island of Guernsey has announced the launch of a new green investment accreditation system to promote environmental innovation. Timothy Conley reports.

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Wal-Mart takes majority Flipkart stake in major India move

US retail giant Wal-Mart is making a move into India with the $16bn purchase of a 77% stake in e-commerce company Flipkart. However, as N Chandra Mohan reports, the move is generating some opposition.

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EU takes legal steps to boost innovation

In order to compete with the US and China, the EU is making legislative changes to safeguard its climate of innovation. Zosia Wanat reports.

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Report: US FDI to increase as a result of tax reform

Corporate executives believe that recent US tax reform will benefit US inward FDI while penalising outward investment, according to a forecast released by the National Foreign Trade Council and Miller & Chevalier. Timothy Conley reports.

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Vietnam's international integration pays FDI dividends

Vietnam's rise as a recent FDI star is down to its increasing integration into global value chains as well as strong economic fundamentals, believes Bradley LaLonde, co-founder of advisory firm Vietnam Partners. Emerson Davis and Sebastian Shehadi report

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New Zealand looks to bridge talent gap

Immigration New Zealand sees the US as an ideal pool of talent from which to recruit and help grow the country's economy, reports Karen Thuermer

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CPPIB/Lendlease $2bn investment furthers south-east London’s regeneration

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is investing in a $2090m JV in London’s real estate sector, making it the UK’s largest inbound greenfield investment in 2018 so far, according to fDi Markets.

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