An 'FDI-friendly' location may sound easy to define, but is it as simple as offering a favourable tax regime and low barriers to entry?
Marguerite Soeteman-Reijnen, the chairman of the executive board at Aon Holdings and global chief marketing officer at Aon Inpoint, discusses embracing digital transformation, and promoting diversity and inclusion.
Since the times of the Ancient Greeks, special economic zones have been used as a tool to promote investment and boost a country's wider economy, but how are they defined and what does the future hold for them?
Strongman rulers may be ambassadors of authoritarianism, but they both deter and attract certain types of foreign investment.
Investment Monitor is conducting a short survey to find out which regions and modes of entry are most attractive and which factors are influencing investment decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The restrictions imposed on people's movement by the Covid-19 pandemic forced many to turn to digital financial services for the first time. This could have a knock-on impact on financial inclusion across the world.
Many countries and companies have used innovative thinking to get through the Covid-19 pandemic, but those embracing long-term innovation will emerge from the crisis the quickest.
The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a quantum shift in the world of FDI, and it may take years or decades for things to return to 'normal', if they ever do.
Goal number one of the UN's SDGs is: no poverty by 2030. But is the Covid-19 pandemic making this target unachievable.
While not always a deal-breaker, cost is one of the FDI drivers that is taken in consideration every time a multinational company is going through a site-selection process.