Shevaun Haviland, director-general of the British Chambers of Commerce, tells Courtney Fingar how companies in the UK are negotiating the twin challenges of Brexit and Covid-19.
Antonio Malouf, Guatemala's Minister of Economy, discusses how the country is on target to reach its ambitious FDI goals for 2021 with Investment Monitor editor-in-chief Courtney Fingar.
Andres Valenciano, the Minister for Foreign Trade in Costa Rica, tells Courtney Fingar how ESG, sustainability, talent, stability and quality of life play a big role in the country's FDI strategy.
It has been one year since Investment Monitor was launched. Editor-in-chief Courtney Fingar looks back on how we have covered the FDI market during a time of enormous flux.
Poland’s Minister of Finance, Tadeusz Kościński, discusses the country's response to Covid-19, how its tax plan will bring back Polish migrants, and what role FDI has in stemming the brain drain.
The Covid-19 pandemic has decimated the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions space, with online and hybrid events enjoying mixed success across industries.
Don’t miss the chance to enter Investment Monitor's first awards for the world’s most resilient economic zones post Covid-19.
Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, discusses his new book, the impact of Covid-19 on the global economic system, and the rising role of ESG.
On International Women's Day, Courtney Fingar looks at how FDI can help countries and companies to get closer to gender equality, hopefully quicker than the 257 years the WEF predicts closing this gap will take.
Corporate America bought into Trumpism, until horror over the president’s undermining of democracy proved a bridge too far, writes Investment Monitor editor-in-chief Courtney Fingar.
Abu Dhabi has been proactive in supporting its companies during the Covid-19 outbreak. The director-general of its investment office describes how better communications, a focus on tech, and an emphasis on aftercare are helping the emirate to thrive.