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Israel mulls tax cuts after US unveils reforms

Israel is contemplating further corporate tax cuts, despite already making several already, in order to remain competitive with the US. Erika Morphy reports.

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Poland plans airport to rival regional leaders

Poland is planning to replace Warsaw Chopin airport with a mega-airport to rival Munich's or Moscow's and accommodate 45 million passengers a year. Zosia Wąsik reports.

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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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China leads world in patent applications

China led in patent applications in 2016, with 1.3 million, and accounted more than half of global industrial design filings. The country has also been given credit for improving its intellectual property regime, as Erika Morphy reports.

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Google investment boosts China's AI aspirations

Google's first Asian AI centre highlights China's increasing prominence in machine learning.

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Hopes high that Neom city project will diversify Saudi investment

Saudi Arabia’s Neom city project is being hailed as a major plank of the country’s diversification programme. But details so far are light, and some parties worry political risk could still scupper hoped-for investment. Olivia Azadegan reports.

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Investors size up post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

The appointment of Emmerson Mnangagwa as successor to long-time president Robert Mugabe could signal a change in Zimbabwe’s fortunes – if ease of doing business is improved. Charlotte Adlung reports.

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Hong Kong now world’s most expensive office market

Demand from mainland companies has pushed up Hong Kong cost-per-desk prices while currency moves have affected London, enabling the Chinese territory to leapfrog the UK capital when it comes to office expenses.

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Belarus makes bid to attract medical tourists

As medical procedures in developed countries gradually become too expensive or accumulate extensive waiting lists, Belarus is hoping to benefit from the subsequent boom in health tourism by offering comparatively low-cost services. Courtney Fingar reports.

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Swedish companies in expansionary mode

A survey of Swedish finance chiefs found improved confidence and that they are now happier to invest capital rather than repay loans.

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