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.
The Covid-19 crisis has caused widespread unemployment in Florida, but if FDI is to prove its salvation with regards to jobs, it will have to reverse a decline in attracting foreign investment.
Populism is 'bad', is the common call, and given the anti-globalist agenda of Trump and company, this counts double for foreign investment. So why are investors still flocking to populist-led countries?
Canada’s FDI inflows stood solid in the first quarter of 2020. However, this was before the impact of Covid-19 was felt.
California has a strong track record when it comes to attracting FDI, and it will need to retain its high standing among foreign investors at it looks to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
US infrastructure has been badly hit by the Covid-19 outbreak, but there are hopes that the post-pandemic environment will see a refreshed approach to public-private partnership (PPP) projects.
Canada, Mexico, and Central and Eastern Europe are identified as three key regions that investors will turn to when looking to reduce their exposure to Asia.