Singapore broke records for its FDI inflows in 2019. However, as Covid-19 threatens this progress, will a call for more innovation bolstered with investment incentives be enough for the city-state to stay on top?
China's Belt and Road Initiative has been slowing for several years, but will the Covid-19 pandemic create further delays or give renewed vigour to the project?
Pfizer/BioNTech's announcement in November of a Covid-19 vaccine, with Moderna doing the same a week later, caused rejoicing across the globe, but what will be the wider benefits for the biotech hub that wins the 'vaccine race'?
Japan is a global economic powerhouse, and a major source country of FDI, but it tends to punch below its weight when it comes to attracting foreign investment.
Most of the US states that disproportionately benefit from Chinese investment look likely to vote for Trump again in 2020, despite his anti-China policies.
The trade war between the US and China has been stoked further by Covid-19. But how will this 'decoupling' affect investment between the two countries?
US-China economic integration shaped today’s world. This New Statesman Media Group special report looks at why parts of it are now going into reverse.
Despite trade wars and rising geopolitical tensions, China remains one the world’s leading destinations for FDI.
As the economic impact of coronavirus unfolds, 37 emerging markets are at most risk of mass protests in the coming months, a recent report shows.
Smaller economies such as Singapore, Denmark and Switzerland lead IMD’s World Competitiveness Ranking for 2020, while the US and China struggle as their trade war makes its impact felt.