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Jump to navigation search. This article is about investment in finance. For investment in macroeconomics see Investment macroeconomics. For other uses see Investment disambiguation. For the term in meteorology see Invest meteorology. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. July 2011 Learn how and when to remove this template message. To invest is to allocate money or sometimes another resource such as time in the expectation of some benefit in the future. In finance the expected future benefit from investment is a return. The return may consist of capital gain and/or investment income including dividends interest rental income etc.
Investment Trade European Commission.
This explains why EU countries make significant efforts to attract foreign investment. International rules on Investment contribute to improving the business climate. They increase legal certainty for investors and reduce the perceived risk to invest. The EU subscribes to various international rules on investment. the WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services GATS. the WTO agreement on Trade Related Investment Measures TRIMS. the Energy Charter Treaty which covers investments in the energy sector. the investment instruments of the OECD.
Investment Plan European Commission.
Jobs Growth and Investment. The Investment Plan reaches the real economy. The Investment Plan reaches the real economy. The Investment Plan focuses on removing obstacles to investment providing visibility and technical assistance to investment projects and making smarter use of new and existing financial resources. To achieve these goals the plan is active is three areas. mobilising investments of at least 315 billion in three years. supporting investment in the real economy. creating an investment friendly environment. The European Fund for Strategic Investments EFSI. Drives the Investment Plan for Europe.
Home BIO-Invest.
BIO invests directly and indirectly in SMEs in developing countries and as such makes a structural contribution to the socio-economic growth of those host countries. The mission of the Belgian Investment Company for Developing countries BIO is to support a strong private sector in developing and/or emerging countries to enable them to gain access to growth and sustainable development within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals. Visit the world map portfolio overview. BIO in 1.5 minutes. FMO leads completion of largest syndicated.

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