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Timeline: How India tried to reform retail sector through FDI - Firstpost

Timeline: How India tried to reform retail sector through FDI - Firstpost | Foreign Direct Investment | Scoop.it
Foreign retailers have been keen to enter India's $500 billion retail market since the country allowed overseas investment in its supermarket sector in September 2012 but ambiguity around entry rules has kept them away.
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Still a long way to clarity on India's retail sector and FDI

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China eyes food security options in Venezuela

China eyes food security options in Venezuela | Foreign Direct Investment | Scoop.it
Caracas, Venezuela (UPI) Jul 26, 2013 - China is considering investment in Venezuela's agriculture industries as part of a global strategy to secure diverse sources of food supplies for its burgeoning population.

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Food security is a major issue worldwide.
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Scotland Open for Business

Scotland Open for Business | Foreign Direct Investment | Scoop.it

UK Government figures published today by UK Trade and Investment confirm that Scotland continues to prove a very attractive destination for foreign direct investment (FDI).  The Inward Investment Report 2012/13 welcomes "a record number of projects and jobs secured for Scotland".

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New report published - Scotland as an FDI destination
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Foreign Investment Flees China, Despite Denials - The Epoch Times

Foreign Investment Flees China, Despite Denials - The Epoch Times | Foreign Direct Investment | Scoop.it
The Epoch Times Foreign Investment Flees China, Despite Denials The Epoch Times “It's not cheap like it used to be,” complained Dale Weathington, spokesman for an American firm, Kolcraft, which uses contract manufacturers to make baby strollers in...

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Shape of things to come.
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