Investment Monitor's clickable directory offers a guide to all of the investment promotion agencies in the Caribbean region.
The proposed global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% puts a halt to decades of falling rates and looks to shake up calculations of where and how global companies operate from a fiscal standpoint. Glenn Barklie analyses the implications for international investment.
Covid-19 dominates the figures in the UNCTAD World Investment Report 2021, with even the expected 10–15% growth in FDI flows for 2021 coming with caveats.
Analysis shows Asian companies have established more than three-quarters of their subsidiaries in Asia, preferring to invest in their own country or close to home.
An analysis of where US, Chinese, Japanese, Indian and British companies set up subsidiaries shows that the US and UK have a mutual appreciation, while home comforts are in favour in China.
Europe's largest MNCs have 3,671 subsidiaries in the UK across a wide array of sectors, showing just how much the country has to lose should Brexit make it less enticing for European investors.
Subsidy schemes are keeping mass unemployment at bay as much of the world remains in some form of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but at what economic cost?
The top financial services multinationals have a 50-50 split for domestic and overseas subsidiaries, though the big US players buck this trend with a strong domestic concentration.