Harsher FDI screening regimes have been an emerging trend in recent years, and were accelerated by the Covid-19 outbreak, but will these rules last beyond the pandemic?
Colombia's journey from no-go area to business-friendly outpost has continued over the past Covid-dominated 12 months, but will next year's elections affect its attractiveness to foreign investors?
The task of vaccinating the world against Covid-19 has put unprecedented pressure on supply chains. Will they be able to rise to the challenge?
The R&D, life sciences and IT sectors have proven resilient for FDI across Benelux and Switzerland and are expected to continue to drive foreign capital into the regions in the post-Covid-19 era.
As Covid-19 has hit the tourism industry hard, Caribbean countries are diversifying into agribusiness, renewables, BPO and more sustainable ways of travelling.
The UK government is to launch a new national infrastructure bank to crowd in investment for its levelling up and net-zero initiatives, but history shows success for the venture is not guaranteed.
When it comes to FDI attraction, France and Germany have differing leading sectors. However, innovation and sustainability are likely to drive both countries’ future inflows.
Many governments are making big promises on infrastructure spending at the moment, but they still have the Covid-19 bill to pay, writes Investment Monitor's Viola Caon.
Digital, software and technology has emerged as the top sector for FDI attraction in Spain and, due to Covid-19, is set to play a key role across the Iberian peninsula.
The Covid-19 outbreak has affected every area of the transport sector, forcing it to reassess its short and long-term future, with sustainability, safety and resilience at the top of the agenda.
The presence and quality of infrastructure is generally a key driver for most foreign investors. However, Covid-19 may have changed the hierarchy in favour of digital infrastructure.