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fDiIntelligence: Europe

  • newRussia claims fDi Diversification Index hat-trick
    Russia continues to lead the fDi Diversification Index, followed by Ukraine and Ecuador. Cathy Mullan reports.
    - 19 hours ago, 14 Aug 18, 10:06am -
  • newForeign investment to France hits record high
    France’s inbound FDI has reached its highest since the 2008 financial crisis.
    - 21 hours ago, 14 Aug 18, 7:49am -
  • Japan FDI into Europe on the up
    Japanese investment into western Europe has risen since 2013, and looks set for a boost from the latest free trade deal.
    - 2 days ago, 13 Aug 18, 6:25am -
  • Inside fDi: An FDI Brexodus edges towards reality
    Brexit is rarely far from the headlines in the UK, with an endless stream of politicians making various outlandish claims about what it will bring. Less heard are the voices of foreign investors, and, as Courtney Fingar describes, their views on the…
    - 2 days ago, 13 Aug 18, 4:00am -
  • Albania’s finance minister: European dreams still alive
    Albania’s reformist government has pinned its hopes on EU accession. Ahead of a crucial vote by the European Council in June that saw Albania’s wishes granted but on a delayed timeline, minister of finance and economy Arben Ahmetaj tells Courtn…
    - 29 days ago, 17 Jul 18, 10:34am -
  • 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 surve…
    - 48 days ago, 28 Jun 18, 5:34am -
  • Slow and steady Poland makes strides in FDI
    Improved living standards and a disciplined workforce are just two factors in Poland’s strong FDI growth, says Paweł Chorąży, Poland’s undersecretary of state in the Ministry of Investment and Economic Development. He spoke to Courtney Fingar…
    - 51 days ago, 25 Jun 18, 9:57am -
  • 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.
    - 55 days ago, 21 Jun 18, 6:28am -
  • Macedonia-Greece name change accord is bittersweet for FDI
    Greece and Macedonia have signed an accord that formally ends a decades-long dispute surrounding national heritage, borders and names. While this is positive news for Macedonia’s EU accession, and therefore FDI, political tensions have been stoked.…
    - 58 days ago, 18 Jun 18, 11:25am -
  • World Cup kicks off Moscow's infrastructure upgrade
    Moscow is ready to host key matches in the 2018 World Cup, topping off years of rebuilding its sports and hospitality infrastructure. But much has yet to be done to fully modernise the city, while international sanctions are still biting, as Jacopo D…
    - 62 days ago, 14 Jun 18, 7:48am -

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The Economist: Europe

  • What the far left and right have in common, in Germany and elsewhere

    What the far left and right have in common, in Germany and elsewhere

    Wagenknecht wants her voters backSITTING down with The Economist in her office in Berlin, Sahra Wagenknecht is restless: “Do we think that anyone can just migrate to Germany and have a claim to social welfare?” asks the doyenne of the Left (D…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 10:51am -
  • Turkey’s diplomatic crisis is hastening an economic one

    Turkey’s diplomatic crisis is hastening an economic one

    WHEN members of America’s Congress passed the Magnitsky Act in 2012 to pursue Kremlin officials responsible for the death of a Russian whistleblower, and even when they extended it to include foreigners involved in corruption and human-rights vi…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 10:51am -
  • Rail travel has shrunk French people’s mental map of their country

    Rail travel has shrunk French people’s mental map of their country

    That’s the way the Monet goesA TEENAGER, headphones pinned to his ears, heaves a stuffed backpack across the station hall. A team of adult supervisors, eyes darting back and forth, guides boisterous children in fluorescent yellow jackets throug…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 10:50am -
  • What a campaign to revive Russia’s urban spaces means for civil society

    What a campaign to revive Russia’s urban spaces means for civil society

    SOVIET SQUARE in Voronezh no longer looks especially Soviet. Children dart through a dancing fountain. BMX bikers barrel across new tiles. Grassy groves play home to picnicking teens. “It’s practically Spain,” gushes a pensioner.The newly r…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 10:50am -
  • Poland’s government wants to take control of banking

    Poland’s government wants to take control of banking

    POLISH banks should be in Polish hands, or so says the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party. Since PiS came to power in 2015, Polish ownership of banks’ shares has risen, last year surpassing 50% for the first time since 1999. What the government…
    - 6 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 10:50am -
  • An American preacher detained in Turkey is not the only hostage

    An American preacher detained in Turkey is not the only hostage

    Brunson, the Sultan’s bargaining chipIT WAS all smiles and backslaps between Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the presidents of America and Turkey, at a NATO summit in Brussels last month. And why not? The two men share a taste for demago…
    - 13 days ago, 2 Aug 18, 12:07pm -
  • Politics surpasses satire in Ukraine

    Politics surpasses satire in Ukraine

    ONE morning a history teacher wakes up in Kiev to find himself elected president of Ukraine—thanks to a video secretly recorded by a pupil and uploaded to YouTube. It shows the teacher cursing Ukraine’s political class for their lies and its p…
    - 13 days ago, 2 Aug 18, 12:07pm -
  • Cheer up, Deutschland

    Cheer up, Deutschland

    A VISITOR to Germany this summer will find a country living well. Gentle chit-chat and the clink of glasses murmur from sun-dappled beer gardens. Barges laden with exports chug up the Rhine. Prosperous vacationers travel to lakes and seaside resor…
    - 13 days ago, 2 Aug 18, 12:07pm -
  • Why Swedes are inserting microchips into their bodies

    Why Swedes are inserting microchips into their bodies

    ON SOME Swedish trains, passengers carry their e-tickets in their hands—literally. About 3,000 Swedes have opted to insert grain-of-rice-sized microchips beneath the skin between their thumbs and index fingers. The chips, which cost around $150,…
    - 13 days ago, 2 Aug 18, 12:07pm -
  • The world relies on Russia to build its nuclear power plants

    The world relies on Russia to build its nuclear power plants

    IN MARCH 2011 a tsunami engulfed the Fukushima power plant in Japan, ultimately causing a meltdown. The worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, it was a devastating blow to an industry that has been in the doldrums since the 1980s. Nuclear plants…
    - 13 days ago, 2 Aug 18, 12:07pm -
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