Intel will spend $20bn to build a new semiconductor plant in Europe. Germany is a leading contender for the investment, but which other locations should be considered?
With Scotland announcing it will trial a four-day working week, it is not inconceivable that this will become the new normal, however much the concept may jolt some employers.
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.
After several years of increasing FDI, Brexit has caused inbound investment to dip in the UK. Will the country's advanced Covid-19 vaccine roll-out give it an advantage that will bring back the 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?
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