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    Keen insights from 100 CFOs of insourcing companies on U.S. competitiveness

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    Fiat Chrysler adding 1,000 jobs to build new Jeep models

    ABC Ksat

    Two Fiat Chrysler plants that manufacture Jeep cars will receive over a billion dollars’ worth of investments to increase production. A Belvidere, Illinois plant will receive $350 million make Jeep Cherokee cars, while the Toledo plant will receive $700 million to make the Jeep Wrangler. The Belvidere plant will add 300 jobs to the community, while the Toledo plant will add 700. Read HERE

    Press Releases

    Business Coalition Presses Treasury Not to Rush New Rules

    WASHINGTON – Nancy McLernon, president and CEO of the Organization for International Investment (OFII), issued the following statement coinciding with the release of a letter signed by more than 75 business associations to congressional leaders expressing concern over Treasury’s new regulations on interest deductibility:

    Association Letter to Treasury on 385 Regulations

    “Treasury’s actions have far-reaching consequences for the U.S. economy, including for the six million Americans who earn a living from foreign direct investment,” said Nancy McLernon, president and CEO of the Organization for International Investment. “These new rules stretch beyond their stated purpose and undermine the Administration’s goal of attracting more global investment into the United States.

    President Obama, SelectUSA Make Forceful Case for Foreign Direct Investment

    WASHINGTON – Nancy McLernon, president and CEO of the Organization for International Investment (OFII), issued the following statement in support of the Administration’s efforts to promote foreign direct investment (FDI) in the United States while attending the largest industrial trade show in the world

    In the News

    Fiat Chrysler adding 1,000 jobs to build new Jeep models

    ABC Ksat

    Two Fiat Chrysler plants that manufacture Jeep cars will receive over a billion dollars’ worth of investments to increase production. A Belvidere, Illinois plant will receive $350 million make Jeep Cherokee cars, while the Toledo plant will receive $700 million to make the Jeep Wrangler. The Belvidere plant will add 300 jobs to the community, while the Toledo plant will add 700. Read HERE

    E-Newsletter

    OFII News Update on Global Investment In America

    2016 is off to the races, both in Washington and here at OFII.  Below are a few updates I thought you might be interested in.  

    - Nancy McLernon
    President  & CEO
    Organization for International Investment

     

    OFII Hosts 'One-of-a-Kind' Meeting in Davos

    Last week, I was pleased to lead a discussion on foreign direct investment in the United States at the OFII's second annual policy roundtable, alongside the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.  

    October News Update

    I wanted to share with you some insourcing news from OFII, its members and others who are interested in growing foreign direct investment in the United States.  If you have a good news story for us to share, please send it our way!

    - Nancy McLernon
    President  & CEO, OFII

     

     

    July, One of the Busiest of the Year

    Deep into the dog days of summer in DC, OFII and its members continue to plug away on key priorities. 

    Connecting OFII Companies with Economic Development Professionals

    FDI Is Rising - Helping US Communites Do the Same

    In case you missed it, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis yesterday released its preliminary first quarter 2015 FDI data. 

    OFII has summarized the findings in a new report.  Highlights include: 

    FDI in the United States totaled $192 billion in the first quarter of 2015, jumping 267 percent from the previous quarter.