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    Chicago area aims to attract more foreign investments

    Chicago Tribune

    Region makes gains since recession, but data show work needed to catch up to top U.S. cities

    A warehouse built by onetime Chicago merchant Montgomery Ward & Co. is now home to the sleekly chic U.S. headquarters of an imported corporate citizen: Britain-based vacuum cleaner-maker Dyson.

    French Customer Service Firm to Add 500 Jobs at New Henrico Call Center

    Virginia: News Advance 

    A company that provides customer services for global clients is planning to open a call center in Henrico County that will create about 500 jobs over the next two years. Teleperformance, which is based in France, is opening a customer service center in 50,000 square feet of office space.

    Medical Firm to Add Jobs in Whitney

    Indiana: Journal Gazette 

    DOT GmbH, a medical coating technology provider, is investing $4.5 million to lease, renovate and equip a building in Columbia City’s Blue River Industrial Park, state officials said. DOT America Inc., which opened in October, is creating up to 20 new high-wage jobs in the next two years. The orthopedics company in Rostock, Germany, has already started hiring at the 17,520-square-foot Columbia City location. DOT’s coating treatment is used on medical implants and instruments. 

    Press Releases

    Senate Committee Advances Investment Jobs Bill

    Legislation will make America more attractive to global employers

    WASHINGTON – Nancy McLernon, president and CEO of the Organization for International Investment (OFII), issued the following statement in commending the Senate Commerce Committee for approving the Global Investment in American Jobs Act (H.R. 2052):

    OFII, PwC US, Governor Promote Foreign Direct Investment in Michigan

    Release 2014 Insourcing Survey findings at local event, highlighting state’s efforts to create jobs

    PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP, MI - The Organization for International Investment (OFII) and PwC US today released their 2014 Insourcing Survey, which provides keen insights from 101 U.S. Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) of insourcing companies, foreign firms that create jobs in the United States.  Governor Rick Snyder (R-MI) was recognized by OFII for his work in attracting more global investment to Michigan.

    National Survey Shows Growing Confidence in U.S. Economy

    OFII and PwC US release 2014 Insourcing Survey. offering keen insights from 101 insourcing Chief Financial Officers

    WASHINGTON - The Organization for International Investment (OFII) and PwC US have released their 2014 Insourcing Survey, which provides keen insights from 101 U.S. Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) of insourcing companies, foreign firms that operate in the United States.

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    Chicago area aims to attract more foreign investments

    Chicago Tribune

    Region makes gains since recession, but data show work needed to catch up to top U.S. cities

    A warehouse built by onetime Chicago merchant Montgomery Ward & Co. is now home to the sleekly chic U.S. headquarters of an imported corporate citizen: Britain-based vacuum cleaner-maker Dyson.

    French Customer Service Firm to Add 500 Jobs at New Henrico Call Center

    Virginia: News Advance 

    A company that provides customer services for global clients is planning to open a call center in Henrico County that will create about 500 jobs over the next two years. Teleperformance, which is based in France, is opening a customer service center in 50,000 square feet of office space.

    Medical Firm to Add Jobs in Whitney

    Indiana: Journal Gazette 

    DOT GmbH, a medical coating technology provider, is investing $4.5 million to lease, renovate and equip a building in Columbia City’s Blue River Industrial Park, state officials said. DOT America Inc., which opened in October, is creating up to 20 new high-wage jobs in the next two years. The orthopedics company in Rostock, Germany, has already started hiring at the 17,520-square-foot Columbia City location. DOT’s coating treatment is used on medical implants and instruments. 

    E-Newsletter

    OFII: News on Global Investment in America

    Insourcing Survey Shows CFOs Have Growing Confidence in U.S. Economy

    We have been extremely busy these past two weeks releasing our 2014 Insourcing Survey of 101 CFOs at events in Washington with Governor Jay Inslee (D-WA) and Michigan with Governor Rick Snyder (R-MI).

    OFII: News on Global Investment in America

    We're Releasing the Insourcing Survey Next Week!

    Next week, OFII will be releasing its 2014 Insourcing Survey of 101 U.S. Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) of foreign-owned companies. The survey results, compiled by PwC, provide keen insights on U.S. competitiveness for global investment, including specific factors that drive location decisions.

    OFII: News on Global Investment in America

    Tax Treaties & Tax Reform

    This past week was a busy one for OFII! Last Wednesday, I testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations at a hearing on pending tax treaties and protocols with Switzerland, Luxemburg, Hungary, Chile and the OECD Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters – which have been held up from ratification for some time.