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Antwerp special in fDi Magazine: “Antwerp, where stakeholders unite for a smart and sustainable future.”

The Financial Times has published a special supplement on the international opportunities offered by Antwerp as a business and investment city. The 12-page special was published in the October-November edition of fDi Magazine, the “Foreign Direct Investment” magazine of the Financial Times. The magazine describes Antwerp as a city where new successes are builds on old. Here stakeholders unite to prepare for a smart and sustainable future, ensuring ample opportunities for investors.
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Antwerp boasts to be one of the top European investment locations, as evidenced by the prestigious 'European Cities and Regions of the Future 2020/21' ranking of fDi Intelligence. Antwerp rose to second place for its strategy to attract international investment and was  again praised for its connectivity. This is a clear recognition of Antwerp's international development as an attractive destination for international investment.
With major assets such as 17 million shoppers per year choosing the Meir, competitive rental prices, diverse and unique shopping locations and developments and 60% of Europe’s purchasing power within a 500 km radius, Antwerp has attracted the attention of fDi Intelligence, The Financial Times magazine.
Recently, fDi Magazine published a special about Antwerp, based on interviews with prominent captains of industry located in the city.
FDI Intelligence, the Financial Times magazine, noticed Antwerp as a European hub for digital innovation.