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Japan: A Growing Player in FDI

Japan: A Growing Player in FDI

A new report shows that the Japanese are investing abroad more than ever before. According to new data published at the end of July 2017, 2016 was a record year for Japanese foreign direct investment, reaching upwards of 169 billion dollars. This was a significant 24%...

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4 Benefits of FDI for Host Communities

4 Benefits of FDI for Host Communities

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) often plays the role of the hero for communities facing economic struggles. Typically seen as a win-win investment, both the investor and the country receiving the investment benefit greatly from the relationship. Despite this being the...

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India Is One of the Largest Recipients of FDI

India Is One of the Largest Recipients of FDI

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India is up, the Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj reported recently. This is interesting news for individuals such as Henner Diekmann of Diekmann Associates who follow foreign direct investment trends. FDI in India reached...

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How Immigration Boosts Foreign Investment

How Immigration Boosts Foreign Investment

There are many opinions about whether immigration is good or bad. However, what can’t be denied is the recent worldwide trend in migration, growing from only 173 million migrants in 2000 to 244 million migrants in 2015. You can see more details about where migrants...

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Ireland Is a Top Destination for US FDI

Ireland Is a Top Destination for US FDI

Ireland has seen a boom in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from US companies over the last five years. The cumulative value of US FDI into Ireland has more than doubled from 2010-2015 while US money funnelled into other European countries has remained static or even...

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Asean Overtakes China in FDI in 2017

Asean Overtakes China in FDI in 2017

FDI inflows to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) have surpassed China in 2017 for the first time, having fallen behind over the past ten years. A statement from economist Julia Goh of the United Overseas Bank of Kuala Lumpar confirmed that stock of...

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