Ireland has succumbed and announced it will meet the global minimum corporation tax level of 15%. The country has been one of Europe's FDI stars in recent years. Is this position now under threat?
Intel will spend $20bn to build a new semiconductor plant in Europe. Germany is a leading contender for the investment, with the UK ruled out for Brexit-related reasons.
When the UK government's subsidy towards Nissan's £1bn electric vehicle hub in Sunderland was announced, critics claimed it was a sign of post-Brexit weakness. This is not the case.
From advanced manufacturing to aerospace to clean energy start-ups, Florida is firmly establishing itself as a hub for innovation underpinned by sustainable investment. Eric Silagy, president and CEO of Florida Power & Light Company, discusses how the Sunshine State’s longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability is helping drive inward investment.
Putting socio-economic diversity at the forefront of recruitment selection can be a game changer for multinational enterprises.
The UK's free ports risk undermining tax authorities and attracting criminal activity, for no apparent benefit to trade or investment.
The Covid-19 pandemic has decimated the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions space, with online and hybrid events enjoying mixed success across industries.
Abu Dhabi’s measures to increase FDI levels go beyond wanting to diversify its economy, with plans to become one of the most desirable cities in the world to live and work in.
Colombia's journey from no-go area to business-friendly outpost has continued over the past Covid-dominated 12 months, but will next year's elections affect its attractiveness to foreign investors?
Amid a dramatic drop in FDI, how will Florida ensure it remains a prime destination for international investment going forward, and what sectors stand to make the greatest gains?
FDI consultant Douglas van den Berghe provides an explainer on economic zones and what considerations companies might make when weighing up whether to locate in such areas.