White House: Innovation lures investment to US, but inversion's the devil
This article was originally published in Scrip
The wind is at America's back when it comes to attracting business investment to its shores – with data from AT Kearney's 2013 FDI Confidence Index showing the nation has surged past China, Brazil and India to become the country with the top foreign direct investment (FDI) prospects globally – marking the first time the US has held that spot since 2001, the White House pointed out on 20 May.
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