Agri-food investment in Mediterranean countries: promoting more inclusive projects

Jeanne Lapujade analyzes the challenges of investments in the agricultural and agri-food sector and makes recommendations to better assess the local impact of these investments by developing assessment tools adapted to each territory....

Driving sectors and business climate: the position of Morocco and its involvement in cooperation with ANIMA

Interview conducted by Emmanuel Noutary with Eurocham Morocco on the promising sectors in Morocco, the business climate and the challenges of the Kingdom's cooperation with ANIMA and more broadly with the European Union....

Arab Spring: What Implications on Foreign Investment?

Resilience, erosion of European leadership, challenge for local impact of investments, Emmanuel Noutary and Zoé Luçon analyze the Arab Spring impacts on foreign direct investment in the Mediterranean....

European investments in Lebanon review

On Monday January 27, 2014, ANIMA participated to the Workshop "Lebanon, a market and regional springboard" organised by UBIFRANCE, WTC Apex Club and Finances Conseils Méditerranée. Business opportunities in Lebanon were presented to around forty companies from the Provence-Alpes-Côtes-d'...

The political storms which are still affecting the Mediterranean area should not stifle the good news: after two very difficult years of struggles on the political and global economic fronts, 2012 was an excellent year for the re-gion in terms of FDI attraction - the fourth best in the last decade.

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