Job creation and project numbers have been falling since 2011
fDi Intelligence identifies the latest data trends driving crossborder greenfield investment
Latest updates from Trend Tracker
A five-year downward trend in North American FDI into Brazil is mitigated by a recent increase in capital investment.
The amount of money flowing from the rest of the US into Texas is on a downward trend.
Chinese FDI into Russia reached a new peak last year, reports Julia Klotzer.
In the past four years, Argentina has witnessed jobs, projects and capital expenditure dropping off. However figures for the first half of 2016 are more promising. Edna Rodriguez reports.
Business services projects are following a downward pattern year on year since 2013. James Whitten reports.
China's investment into Africa continues to rise, with a significant increase so far in 2016 on last year's total, reports Simon Curtis.
Only job creation has defied the downward trend.
Kenya is now second only to South Africa in the continent’s FDI ranking thanks to its best year since fDi Markets records began.
Investment in Hungary is fighting back after hitting a ten-year low three years ago.
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