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Strong U.S.-France Relationship Good for Global Economy

Muriel Pénicaud - 18-avr.-2016 20:44:10

As the world continues to recover from the Great Recession and further unites against global threats to our security and the safety of our citizens, the importance of growing and bolstering the global economy is an increasing priority for many nations. It is a logical conclusion for those who recognize that an invigorated economic foundation is vital and is in the best interest of the entire planet. In that light, France has made it a top priority to create an environment that is welcoming to business—whether startups or established, French created or multinational. To shine a spotlight on the latter, Business France recently released its “ 2015 Annual Report: Foreign Investment in France—The International Development of the French Economy. “ Findings from the report demonstrate that the efforts we are making in France to attract foreign business are working. For example, in 2015 we saw a 27 percent increase in jobs generated by foreign investment over 2014 figures, and 53 different countries invested in 2015, up from 47 in 2014. Broadly, we have 19 new investment decisions per week. As a reminder, 20,000 foreign companies are operating in France and employing almost 2 million people. Read the full editorial and learn more about France’s appeal on the Huffington Post’s website


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Henri Baissas: "Welcome to Business France North America! We assist French companies who want to export in North America, and North American companies who want to invest in France. Our team has both the knowledge and the experience to facilitate BtoB trade relations between the three countries. With offices and branches in New York, Boston, Toronto, Montréal, Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, Vancouver, and San Francisco, Business France North America is present from coast to coast. Close to 100 Business France experts focus on the following sectors: - Agrotech (wine, spirits, beer, beverages, food, and equipments for the agricultural and food industry) - Industry & clean tech (public works & transportation, energy & clean techs, industry) - Art de vivre & healthcare (biotechnologies, cosmetics, healthcare, fashion, luxury, culture, sport, home decor and tourism) - Tech & services (new technologies, retail and services, innovation

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