All articles by Richard Gardham

Richard Gardham is the managing editor of Investment Monitor, overseeing editorial output for the site. He joined from the Financial Times where he was production manager across a number of titles, including The Banker and fDi Magazine. Richard has worked in magazine production for 25 years, with a career spanning numerous national newspapers and business-to-business publications.

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DHL Express announces $120m expansion in Mexico

DHL Express Mexico’s expansion will create an estimated 200 jobs in Santiago de Queretaro.

Analog Devices announces $680m R&D investment in Ireland

Limerick in Ireland will benefit from 600 new jobs and $683.5m in investment thanks to Analog Devices’ expansion project.

Medtronic announces $350m project in Hyderabad creating 1,500 jobs

Irish healthtech company Medtronic will open a $350m engineering and innovation centre in the Indian city of Hyderabad.

Sercomm to create 5,000 jobs with Philippines project

Sercomm’s Philippines-based subsidiary is launching a new project that will create thousands of jobs in the city of Calamba.

Hyundai announces $2.4bn Chennai EV assembly plant

South Korean car giant Hyundai will open an electric vehicle assembly plant in the Indian automotive manufacturing hub of Chennai.

Vantage Data Centers to open $3bn expansion in Malaysia

Vantage Data Centers will extend its operations in Malaysia with a $3bn expansion of its Cyberjaya campus.

Shandong Nanshan Aluminium to open $900m factory in Indonesia

China’s Shandong Nanshan Aluminium is investing $878m in an electrolytic aluminium factory in Galang Batang Special Economic Zone, Indonesia.

Samsung SDI announces $3bn joint venture EV deal with General Motors

Samsung SDI and General Motors have joined forces on an electric vehicle project in an as-yet-unannounced US location.

Autoliv announces new $160m plant in Vietnam

Vietnam’s FDI star continues to rise in 2023, with Autoliv announcing a new safety component manufacturing factory in the country.

Standard Chartered and IFC renew commitment to boost global trade by $6bn

Standard Chartered and the IFC have agreed a $700m investment in the IFC’s Global Trade Liquidity Programme.