Tuesday, August 4, 2015

World Investment Report 2015

This year’s UNCTAD World Investment Report, the 25th in the series, aims to inform global debates on the future of the international policy environment for cross-border investment.



Following recent lackluster growth in the global economy, this year’s Report shows that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows in 2014 declined 16% to $1.2 trillion. However, recovery is in sight in 2015 and beyond. FDI flows today account for more than 40% of external development finance to developing and transition economies.