Foreign investment into Europe is set to rebound this year following a downswing in 2020, when FDI fell by 13%, according to the annual EY Europe Attractiveness Survey.
Brazil plans to expect to attract R$1 trillion (about US$192 billion) in infrastructure investments until the end of 2022, Brazilian Infrastructure Minister Tarcisio Gomes de Freitas said in an interview with foreign correspondents on Wednesday (June 3).
Russia's international reserves continue climbing, topping $600.9bn in May, the country's highest level ever, as oil prices have recovered, according to the Central Bank of Russia (CBR).
Sri Lanka's Parliament passed a bill establishing the Colombo Port City (CPC) Special Economic Zone (SEZ) to enhance the ease of doing business.
Australia's Future Fund, New Zealand Superannuation Fund ( NZ Super) and Norway’s NBIM are among the top-performing state-owned investors (SOIs), as well as having the highest level of governance and sustainability, according to a study of 52 of the world’s largest gover
World economic freedom remained at a record high of 61.6 for the second year in a row in The Heritage Foundation’s 2021 “Index of Economic Freedom.” Singapore remained in the top spot as the world’s most-free economy, while the U.S.
Global foreign direct investment (FDI) collapsed in 2020, falling 42% from $1.5 trillion in 2019 to an estimated $859 billion, according to an UNCTAD Investment Trends Monitor published on 24 January.
Seeking broader and deeper ties to clients, asset managers worldwide expect to increase annual spending on data and technology to $84 billion by 2023 from $50 billion in 2019.
It’s been an eventful year, full of sorrow and fear of tomorrow. As we move beyond 2020, the coming year will also be unpredictable and transitional.