Brownfield Investment

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Brownfield Investment

The purchase of a previously constructed factory or other facility in order to use it for a new activity. For example, a company that makes hammers may buy a factory that previously made screwdrivers in order to expand their hammer-making operations. Brown field investment is relatively common in foreign direct investment.
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Asia-Pacific is the next hotspot for greenfield and brownfield investments in thepumps industry .
Brownfield investments are becoming increasingly more interesting to foreign companies, which is expected to create more jobs and liven up the local economy in several underdeveloped municipalities.
The geo-political instability in the Middle East may further dampen investor sentiments and impede greenfield and brownfield investments.
In the recent few months, the banks are intensively cooperating with the Agency for Foreign Investments and the old business objects that banks offer for sale are part of the Government's project for so-called brownfield investments which includes 400 objects offered to foreign investors.
The cement sector will also contribute significantly to the positive Dispdacement Compressor market's revenues, as the widening gap between supply and demand in this sector will lead to both greenfield and brownfield investments, boosting the demand for positive displacement compressors.
Both greenfield and brownfield investments are expected to peak between 2015-2018 with a 60:40 split in favor of the former.
The idea of making Brownfield investments is interesting not just to foreign investors but also to domestic ones.
The cement sector will also contribute significantly to the positive displacement compressor market's revenues, as the widening gap between supply and demand in this sector will lead to both greenfield and brownfield investments, boosting the demand for positive displacement compressors.
He visited the facility of the bankrupt company ADG Mavrovo being one of the four locations in the municipality of Gostivar owned by various state institutions and intended for attracting Brownfield investments.
In September, the Governor issued a new report, "Revitalizing Pennsylvania: A Report on Brownfield Investments 2003-2006," that notes every public dollar invested in brownfield revitalization projects can leverage as much as four times that amount.
In the meantime, with a new concept of Brownfield investments, the Government is setting the ground for new investments.
Over 400 factories, hotels, production facilities, storages, office buildings, resorts and agricultural facilities will be offered to investors as possible locations for Brownfield investments.