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    OFII Talks Foreign Investment with White House & Congressional Leaders
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    A Publication Examining The Critical Role Insourcing Companies Play In The U.S. Economy
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    New OFII Survey Shows What 101 CFOs Think About Investing in the U.S.

Insourcing Millions of American Jobs

Latest FDI Trends & Statistics

Global companies employ over 5.6 million Americans.

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    Greensburg factory expected to add 250 jobs

    Indiana: WISH-TV

    Valeo Engine Cooling, a French company, is adding 250 new jobs to its Greensburg plant as it expands production for companies like Honda and Chrysler.  The facility currently employs 700.

    Read the full story HERE.

    Press Releases

    Business Groups: ‘Buy American’ Bills Hurt ‘New Jersey Workers, Employers, and Taxpayers’

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 11, 2014                                                         

    CONTACT – Jonathan Samford, OFII, 202.659.1903

    TRENTON – Nearly a dozen leading business organizations, representing employers of all sizes and sectors, issued letters to New Jersey state lawmakers in opposition to two “Buy American” bills (S.1811 and A.3059) that threaten to raise costs for taxpayers and make the state less competitive.  Here are excerpts from the letter:

    U.S. Grows More Attractive for Foreign Investment

    Wall Street Journal

    China Comes in Second, Followed by Canada, Britain, Brazil

    The U.S. has grown more attractive as a destination for foreign investment, while Russia and some other emerging markets have faded, according to a survey by A.T. Kearney, a Chicago-based management-consulting firm.

    RELEASE | McLernon: ‘Foreign Investment Is Fueling America’s Economy’

    OFII launches proactive push with top policymakers in Congress and the White House

    WASHINGTON – Nancy McLernon, president and CEO of the Organization for International Investment (OFII), issued the following statement after meeting with President Obama and eight foreign companies investing in the United States:

    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):

    In the News


    OFII: News on Global Investment in the United States

    OFII Talks Foreign Investment with White House and Congressional Leaders

    This week, foreign investment and insourcing companies were the talk of Washington, DC.  On Tuesday, executives from nine foreign companies - including OFII members Ericsson, Umicore USA and Zurich North America - sat down with President Obama to discuss the importance of global investment for U.S. economic growth and job creation.