All articles by Sorin-Andrei Dojan

Sorin-Andrei Dojan

Sorin-Andrei Dojan is a reporter at Investment Monitor, covering business and FDI stories from around the world. He joined from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, where he reported on politics and international affairs in Central and Eastern Europe.

Oman FDI reaches more than $70bn in 2022

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Oman reached more than $70bn (OR26.95bn) in 2022, with the country now the fifth-largest destination in the Middle East by the number of greenfield investments.

FedEx opens cargo hub at Dubai World Central Airport

FedEx’s 57,000m² facility in Dubai will act as a regional hub for the Middle East, Indian subcontinent and Africa (MEISA) region.

Japan pledges €1.25bn for investment and exports to Ukraine

Japan will provide €1.25bn (Y187.45bn) in credit lines for projects including the rebuilding of Ukrainian settlements, as well as the country’s infrastructure, damaged by Russia’s invasion.

What the latest GlobalFoundries’ deal mean for US chipmakers

The $1.5bn in funding will help GlobalFoundries (GF) expand its Malta campus in New York.

Canadian and Emirati companies begin work on Dubai agri-terminal

DP World, Al Amir Group and Adroit Overseas will build Dubai’s largest multi-tenant facility for integrated agricultural processing and silo storage.

China’s shrinking FDI and what it means for its economy

China’s drop in foreign direct investment (FDI) comes on the back of heightened tensions with the West, with many foreign companies pulling their capital out of the Chinese market.

Ukraine should tackle corruption, bureaucracy and political instability to pull in more FDI – Black Iron CEO

Black Iron’s Matt Simpson discusses the latest FDI challenges in Ukraine, as well as ways to mend it.

Microsoft to invest €3.2bn in Germany in the next two years

Microsoft is to invest $3.44bn (€3.2bn) in artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in Germany, following $6bn in pledges for AI and computing in Australia and the UK last year.

BASF’s Chemetall opens aluminium competence centre in Italy

BASF’s new Chemetall site in Italy comes on the back of a strong market cap for the German chemicals giant.

Intel seeks $2bn funding for Ireland chip plant

Intel’s decision to raise $2bn in funding for its new chip plant in Ireland comes at a time when the EU is stepping up competition against the US in the field of semiconductors.