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Projects

  • Canada-based Geotab, a software company engaged in IoT and connected transportation, has expanded into south-east Asia, opening a new office in Singapore

  • France-based BEX Capital, a private equity secondaries specialist, has opened a new office in New York, United States

  • UK-based Foresight Group, an independent infrastructure and private equity investment manager, has opened an alternative investment fund manager office in Luxembourg

  • UK-based Indigo Telecom, a telecoms support services group, plans to create 100 jobs, through its subsidiary 4site, in Limerick, Ireland by 2024

  • LOC, the international marine and engineering consulting firm and part of UK-based AqualisBraemar LOC Group, has opened a new office in Genoa, Italy

  • US-based Appsian, an enterprise resource planning data security and compliance solutions provider, has opened a new office in Istanbul, Turkey

  • US-based Amazon will expand in Italy in 2021, opening a distribution centre in Novara and a fulfilment centre close to Modena investing over $278m

  • Germany-based Plasmatreat, a leader in atmospheric plasma-jet technology, has established a new subsidiary, Plasmatreat Schweiz AG, in Diepoldsau, Switzerland

  • US-based financial consultancy, Duff & Phelps, has opened a new office in Gibraltar

  • Spain-based InCom, a manufacturer of composite kits for the wind blade industry, has opened its first African factory in Tangier, Morocco

Today's data

Top countries for imported passenger cars in the US

Value of imported passenger cars, January-November 2020, $m (Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis)

Country Value of imported cars ($m)
Japan 28,468
Canada 26,023
Mexico 25,504
South Korea 14,650
Germany 10,259
UK 5,322
Italy 2,601
Sweden 2,100
China 1,359
Austria 1,044

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