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Antwerp builds new successes on old

Following renewed impetus from stakeholders across Antwerp, there are ample opportunities for foreign investors in Belgium's second most populous city.

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Antwerp's vice-mayor mixes history and innovation

Antwerp plans to promote both traditional industries and innovative concepts, its vice-mayor tells fDi.

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Antwerp strives for sustainability

Antwerp's authorities are collaborating to foster innovation and sustainability to build on the strengths of its port and chemical cluster.

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An injection of energy into Namibia

Hopes are high that the liberalisation of Namibia's energy market will attract foreign investment.

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Saxony-Anhalt finds the right chemistry

Saxony-Anhalt in Germany is renowned for its expertise in chemistry, and thanks to its five chemical parks this reputation looks set to soar. 

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Angola proves fertile ground for Haldor Topsøe expansion plan

Haldor Topsøe is a well-known name in the chemical, fertiliser and petrochemical industry. The Denmark-based company has an appetite for expansion, employing more than 2700 people across the globe and has made a recent $2bn investment into Angola. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

Tatarstan cities surrounding SEZ Alabuga

Out of the zone: the Tatarstan cities surrounding SEZ Alabuga

Located in the republic of Tatarstan, Special Economic Zone Alabuga sits alongside cities that have a lot to offer investors in terms of infrastructure, development, leisure and culture. 

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Saxony-Anhalt lays out the welcome mat

Saxony-Anhalt in eastern Germany is seen as a state that wants to do business, says Michal Kaczmarski, as the painful post-reunification period taught it the value of prioritising foreign investment

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Why Denmark is looking to fill its investment gap

Denmark has been struggling to attract FDi in the past few years, with its 'investment gap' reaching a towering €69bn in 2012. Despite its highly skilled workforce and reputation for innovation, the country's high costs are perceived to be putting off would-be investors. So what can be done?

Louisiana wins $1.85bn chemicals project

A $1.85bn methanol-manufacturing project by China-based chemical firm Shandong Yuhuang Chemical has been announced in Louisiana, US.

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