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12 June 2019
2019 Market Trends In The Power Rental Industry
An Overview Of The Power Rental Market The market for global power rental is projected by 2023 to grow to 21,765.1 million dollars, at a compound annual growth rate between 2017 to 2023 of 9.06%. Power rentals are rentals of generator sets which run on diesel, gas, or other fuels to generate power and have … The post 2019 Market Trends In The Power Rental Industry appeared first on Foundation Capital.
03 June 2019
China is poised to Invest More Than $100 Billion in 5G by 2025
The astonishing growth and development of China's technology, coupled with its innovation in the global stage, has exuded the country's determination to be a leader in the international landscape. As such, mobile technology, being an innovation enabler, is becoming China's center of hope after its diversification from various global norms in the 5G era. Committing … The post China is poised to Invest More Than $100 Billion in 5G by 2025 appeared first on Foundation Capital.
26 May 2019
Investment Seen As Key In Developing The Manufacturing Sector In Latvia
The nation of Latvia has been looking to develop its manufacturing sector for a number of years with mixed results. However, a consistent period of investment from private companies and those subsidized by European Union funds are seeing the manufacturing sector move forward with a high level of confidence. In the past, the manufacturing sector … The post Investment Seen As Key In Developing The Manufacturing Sector In Latvia appeared first on Foundation Capital.
19 May 2019
The United States Is Butting Into Chinese Investments In Domestic Interests - But Why?
In late Jan. 2018, United States President Donald Trump launched a tariff on solar panels of 30 percent. Although it wasn't levied at China specifically, it effectively targeted China, the world's leading producer of solar panels. At the same time, President Trump announced a tariff of 20 percent on the first 1.2 million washing machines imported by … The post The United States Is Butting Into Chinese Investments In Domestic Interests - But Why? appeared first on Foundation Capital.
15 May 2019
How Is the World Dealing With The Rise Of 5G Networks
How Is the World Dealing With The Rise Of 5G Networks The post How Is the World Dealing With The Rise Of 5G Networks appeared first on Foundation Capital.
15 May 2019
India May Soon See An Influx Of Chinese Investments - Here’s Why
In early 2018, the United States enacted a tariff to the tune of 30 percent on all solar panels imported by domestic buyers. While the tariff didn't target any country in particular, Chinese government and business officials, with China is the world's largest manufacturer of solar panels, felt that the tariff was targeted specifically at … The post India May Soon See An Influx Of Chinese Investments - Here’s Why appeared first on Foundation Capital.
08 May 2019
China’s Rental Market Offers Investors Opportunities
Recently, the rental housing market in China has been expanding at a great pace, and this, in turn, has led to many opportunities for investors, especially in the country's biggest-growing cities. Where the Opportunities Are 6 of China's biggest cities have led the explosive growth of the country's rental housing sector. These cities include Beijing, … The post China’s Rental Market Offers Investors Opportunities appeared first on Foundation Capital.
30 April 2019
China's Western Region Emerges as a new Economic Driver
Key Points: China has approved 152 infrastructure projects worth a combined USD $549.39 billion in its western regions since late 2016 The potential huge consumption market in the western region will become more appealing to investors if transport links are effective and cost-competitive. Through involvement in the “One Belt, One Road” strategy is forecasted accelerate … The post China's Western Region Emerges as a new Economic Driver appeared first on Foundation Capital.
26 April 2019
Increased Economic Uncertainty Boost Demand for Hard Assets
1. Introduction Figure 1: The Global Uncertainty index Reflects Economic Volatility The entire world simply seems to be falling apart at the seams. Recently released Global Uncertainty Index (GNI)●, a measurement of unpredictability in over 20 countries, have already reached dangerous levels in 2019 and forecasted to be the biggest risk for future global growth … The post Increased Economic Uncertainty Boost Demand for Hard Assets appeared first on Foundation Capital.