CG/LA Infrastructure's InfraBlog
Jacqueline Walls | 08/04/2013 9:00 am
New York City has once again claimed the title as the top city in the Americas for attractiveness for inward investment, but the fast-rising São Paulo is proving a fierce competitor.
Uncertainty characterises the current global economic climate. With a 16% decline in FDI in 2012, investment agencies are facing greater competition to attract FDI projects. Yet New York has remained a top global destination for FDI, and was named as fDi Magazine’s American Cities of the Future 2013/14, with São Paulo coming in second and Toronto in third…
Access the full report at FDI Intelligence: http://www.fdiintelligence.com/Locations/Americas/American-Cities-of-the-Future-2013-14