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SA re-enters FDI confidence index, but placed last

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Johannesburg – South Africa re-entered a global foreign direct investment confidence index since 2014, but placed last out of 25 countries.

South Africa is one of two African countries, the other being the United Arab Emirates, which are part of the AT Kearney foreign direct investment (FDI) confidence index. The country scored 1.42 points on the index, its re-entry suggests that FDI flows may increase in the coming years.

READ: SA foreign direct investment jumps 38% in 2016 – Unctad

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