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Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Sweden ‘most resilient markets’

Political risk, natural disasters, and cyber attacks are among the top threats facing markets, reports Timothy Conley.

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Mexico’s Obrador presidency: the FDI implications

Andrés Manuel López Obrador has won Mexico’s presidential elections, ending almost three decades of centre-right technocratic administrations and, according to the latest polls, shifting the balance of power in Congress decisively to the left. Sebastian Shehadi reports on what analysts believe this will mean for FDI.

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PowerChina launches world’s largest foreign investment in green energy

PowerChina is investing $17.8bn to develop five hydropower facilities in North Kalimantan, Indonesia. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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Next Google AI centre will be in Africa

Google siting of a new artificial intelligence centre in Ghana is testament to Africa’s hi-tech capabilities. Erika Morphy reports  

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Companies ‘have cut investment into UK due to Brexit’, finds Baker McKenzie

Ongoing uncertainty about the future of UK-EU relations is already having a significant impact on EU27 businesses, while the UK is seeing reduced trade and investment and fewer skills crossing the Channel, according to Baker McKenzie’s recent survey. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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OPEC keen to show it’s on board with UN sustainable energy targets

Members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries threw their weight behind UN sustainable energy goals – along with the “bedrock” of petroleum – at a recent forum. Courtney Fingar reports.

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Macedonia-Greece name change accord is bittersweet for FDI

Greece and Macedonia have signed an accord that formally ends a decades-long dispute. While this is positive news for Macedonia’s EU accession, political tensions have been stoked. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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Sydney surfs the tech wave

Technology thrives on the flow of talent, ideas and money, and Sydney is building on its widespread appeal to build a strong tech ecosystem that adds another international dimension to the city’s economy, writes Douglas Clark.

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Jordan hopes to cash in on Middle East oasis status

With most of its neighbours suffering unrest, Jordan is a relative oasis of calm in the Middle East. Its minister of state for investment hopes this will encourage investors to its free zones, as Adrienne Klasa discovers.

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Unctad World Investment Report shows 23% FDI dip in 2017

Unctad's World Investment Report 2018 shows a 23% dip in FDI, with developing economies bearing the brunt of this fall. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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