Efforts to undermine the integrity of US elections carry a heavy cost for businesses and could weaken investment in the country.
Can Japan's upcoming general election result boost the country's inward FDI, which is much lower than in other major economies?
Chinese acquisitions of EU and UK companies are becoming smaller in number and value, but Sino investment into Europe is far from dead.
Growth in trade and investment looks positive, but the bigger achievement of the Abraham Accords may be how it has changed the way business is conducted in the Middle East.
The Hungarian government is using German automotive companies to bolster its legitimacy. Why have Berlin, Brussels and foreign investors let this slide for so long?
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.
Whatever climate action is agreed at COP26, it will be too little, too late. Investment Monitor looks at how the event could influence FDI markets in coming years.
Opinion: The success of COP26 rests on it providing an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Superpowers need to provide the developing world with the greener infrastructure it urgently needs. As China is failing to do so with the Belt and Road Initiative, the West must step up at COP26.
It should come as no surprise that a report alleging data manipulation has seen the World Bank discontinue its Doing Business ranking.
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.
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?