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  • February 2017 - Aspen Woolf (UK) is investing in United States in the Financial Services sector in a Business Services project
  • February 2017 - Aurobindo Pharma (India) is investing in United States in the Pharmaceuticals sector in a Manufacturing project
  • February 2017 - Yellow door (UAE) is investing in Jordan in the Alternative/Renewable energy sector in a Electricity project
  • February 2017 - Qatar National Bank (QNB) (Qatar) is investing in Singapore in the Financial Services sector in a Business Services project
  • February 2017 - Matexi (Belgium) is investing in Poland in the Real Estate sector in a Construction project
  • February 2017 - Banco Sabadell (Spain) is investing in Mexico in the Financial Services sector in a Business Services project
  • February 2017 - Amadeus IT Group (Spain) is investing in France in the Software and IT services sector in a Design, Development and Testing project
  • February 2017 - AeroVision International (United States) is investing in UK in the Aerospace sector in a Logistics, Distribution and Transportation project
  • February 2017 - KPMG (Netherlands) is investing in United States in the Software and IT services sector in a Design, Development and Testing project
  • February 2017 - VPS Healthcare (UAE) is investing in Azerbaijan in the Real Estate sector in a Construction project
  • February 2017 - Korea Electric Power (KEPCO) (South Korea) is investing in Vietnam in the Coal, Oil and Natural Gas sector in a Electricity project
  • February 2017 - Royal Vopak (Netherlands) is investing in South Africa in the Warehousing and Storage sector in a Logistics, Distribution and Transportation project
  • February 2017 - AeroVision International (United States) is investing in UK in the Aerospace sector in a Logistics, Distribution and Transportation project
  • February 2017 - Panattoni (United States) is investing in Poland in the Real Estate sector in a Construction project
  • February 2017 - Triumph (Switzerland) is investing in France in the Textiles sector in a Logistics, Distribution and Transportation project
  • February 2017 - Microsoft (United States) is investing in Ireland in the Software and IT services sector in a Design, Development and Testing project
  • February 2017 - Remondis (Rethmann) (Germany) is investing in UK in the Transportation sector in a Headquarters project
  • February 2017 - PCCW (Hong Kong) is investing in United States in the Business Services sector in a Customer Contact Centre project
  • February 2017 - Hikvision Digital Technology (China) is investing in United States in the Electronic Components sector in a Research and Development project
  • February 2017 - Remondis (Rethmann) (Germany) is investing in UK in the Transportation sector in a Headquarters project
  • February 2017 - Showa Denko KK (SDK) (Japan) is investing in Vietnam in the Metals sector in a Manufacturing project
  • February 2017 - Banco Sabadell (Spain) is investing in Mexico in the Financial Services sector in a Business Services project
  • February 2017 - AXA (France) is investing in Hong Kong in the Financial Services sector in a Business Services project
  • February 2017 - Artofus (UK) is investing in Ireland in the Communications sector in a Design, Development and Testing project
  • February 2017 - Amazon.com (United States) is investing in France in the Consumer Products sector in a Headquarters project
  • February 2017 - Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) (China) is investing in Israel in the Automotive OEM sector in a Design, Development and Testing project
  • February 2017 - Sappi (South Africa) is investing in Belgium in the Paper, Printing and Packaging sector in a Manufacturing project
  • February 2017 - Simon-Kucher and Partners (Germany) is investing in China in the Business Services sector in a Business Services project
  • February 2017 - Sappi (South Africa) is investing in Belgium in the Paper, Printing and Packaging sector in a Manufacturing project

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