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The data is licensed from vendors whose job it is to ensure accuracy. However this data will change all the time; particularly "jobs created." While we have done everything possible to ensure accuracy, the data is not guaranteed to be 100% accurate.
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The map shows selected Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) projects of five countries at their U.S. geographical locations. The data comes from several sources, identified for each location by clicking on the icon. While the data sources are highly reliable and updated quarterly, this site does not capture all FDI from any one country. The data originates from 2010. Because investments change all the time, the map works best as a proxy guide. More comprehensive data is available through several vendors, including fDiMarkets (fdimarkets.com) and Uniworld (uniworldbp.com).
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