If Scotland backs the SNP in a big way in the May elections, a second independence referendum will move much closer. Hopefully both sides will listen to and respect each other this time around.
Harsher FDI screening regimes have been an emerging trend in recent years, and were accelerated by the Covid-19 outbreak, but will these rules last beyond the pandemic?
The US-China 'decoupling' is far more political than economic, but US investment into China has remained particularly strong.
It has been one year since the UK went into lockdown as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Investment Monitor rounds up its coverage of how the worlds of business and FDI have changed over the past 12 months.
Foreign investment to the UK and US often gets bad press, so let’s not forget the jobs, innovation and funding it brings to both countries' economies.
The Digital Silk Road is a weapon being used by China in its war with the US for global tech supremacy, but how big a threat will it pose to the dominance of the US's Big Tech behemoths?
While they may not be each other’s preferred subsidiary destination, a larger share of US-based multinationals operate subsidiaries in China than Chinese MNCs have in the US.
Hugh Welsh, board member of the Global Business Alliance and president of DSM North America, discusses how Trump, Covid-19 and shareholder capitalism have impacted FDI.
The global rise of China's tech titans such as TikTok has met with opposition across the West, but how much of this hostility is driven by economic self-interest?