Shevaun Haviland, director-general of the British Chambers of Commerce, tells Courtney Fingar how companies in the UK are negotiating the twin challenges of Brexit and Covid-19.
Antonio Malouf, Guatemala's Minister of Economy, discusses how the country is on target to reach its ambitious FDI goals for 2021 with Investment Monitor editor-in-chief Courtney Fingar.
Kazakhstan's capital, Nur-Sultan, carried strong momentum into the Covid-19 pandemic and has continued to attract investors during 2020 and 2021.
A malaria vaccine has been approved by the WHO, but its effectiveness and cost mean that the overall impact could be a negative one.
Argentina is in a bad way, economically and politically, all while it recovers from a particularly destructive Covid-19 pandemic. Foreign investors, it would seem, are not impressed.
As the world struggled economically in 2020, Chinese investment in infrastructure-related construction projects saved many countries from a much worse fate than they would have otherwise endured.
Brazil's economy has floundered under the populist rule of Jair Bolsonaro, meaning investors are in wait-and-see mode on the country until the 2022 presidential election.
The global shipping industry is experiencing a container shortage caused by Covid-19 and China's buoyant export market. Is there any hope of a resolution?
A Chinese-run mine in Serbia is spewing high levels of pollution over the town of Bor. Why has it taken the Serbian government so long to react?
Companies have reason to be sceptical about investing in Asia in general, and in China in particular, but Asian investment could still be a good bet.