Baku's over-reliance on oil has long been acknowledged, but the Covid-19 pandemic has only served to highlight the urgent need to diversify its economy.
The world’s leading automotive manufacturing and supply companies operate an average of 107.5 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
The UN’s tenth sustainable development goal, to reduce inequality within and among countries, has been badly affected by Covid-19, but FDI has a role to play in getting it back on track.
Most companies prioritised their core business over investing in innovation during the Covid-19 crisis. Many will resume this investment as the crisis passes, but it could be too little, too late.
Saudi Arabia’s capital city is central to its plans to become a modern economy, but how attractive is Riyadh as an FDI location?
Beirut's enduring ability to attract foreign direct investors has been badly hampered by several fatal blows in 2020.
A failure to meet carbon emissions targets means that countries face a disorderly energy transition, according to a Verisk Maplecroft report.
Kuwait City may not aspire to emulate the glitz of regional rivals such as Dubai, but through the Vision 2035 plan it is hoping to compete when it comes to FDI attractiveness.
Putting socio-economic diversity at the forefront of recruitment selection can be a game changer for multinational enterprises.
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit Kent's tourism industry hard, but the county is looking to use its natural charms to lead the co-working revolution as companies untie themselves from London.