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Viola Caon

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Senior editor

Viola Caon is a senior editor at Investment Monitor and joined New Statesman Media Group from Euromoney’s IJGlobal. She has been writing about private investment in energy and infrastructure for the past four years after covering the asset management sector more broadly. Viola has extensive knowledge of the institutional investment world and has focused on fund investments both in infrastructure and across other asset classes at a global level since the beginning of her career in 2012.

Articles by Viola Caon
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UK logistics sector faces Brexit chaos

As 31st December approaches, the UK’s logistics sector is one of the many in the country expected to face challenges within the still unknown Brexit trade scenario.

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The state of play: FDI in Suriname

Suriname saw a dramatic drop in FDI inflows in 2019, but its rich natural resources could put it on the radar of investors as the world recovers from the Covid-19 outbreak.

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The state of play: FDI in Paraguay

Paraguay’s FDI inflows have been modest over the past few years, and as Covid-19 deals a blow to its trade, the government is ramping up its efforts to attract foreign capital.

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The state of play: FDI in Bolivia

Bolivia's FDI figures have been disappointing over the past two years, but its natural resources and efforts to improve the investment landscape may help recover ground in the post-Covid era.

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The state of play: FDI in Guyana

The discovery of oil in 2020 looks set to transform Guyana's economy, as well as make the South American country a more attractive location for FDI.

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The state of play: FDI in Honduras

Honduras ended 2019 on a negative note in terms of FDI inflows, and since then Covid-19 has caused high levels of unemployment and hit the country's most attractive sectors for foreign investment.

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The state of play: FDI in Nicaragua

Nicaragua enjoyed healthy FDI inflows in 2019, but its authoritarian regime under President Daniel Ortega has come in for strong international criticism for its restrictions of civil rights.

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