Al Guarnieri, Sam Moses, and Michael Chen wrote an article in Global Trade Magazine on the latest trends in foreign direct investment.
"While COVID-19 restrictions remain a factor, business is picking up at an extraordinary velocity as companies spend the cash they’ve had sitting on the sidelines for their industrial expansion projects," they wrote. "At the same time, supply chain issues continue to plague international businesses, and filling open job positions can be a daunting task in the U.S. In other words, the second quarter was a wild ride for international businesses."
"Those are a few takeaways from our conversations with dozens of business leaders from Taiwan, Singapore, Vietnam, China, Brazil, Germany, Austria, Italy, the U.K., and other countries around the world," they continued. "The focus of those conversations has been navigating FDI and supply chain disruption."
Click here to read their full analysis: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Supply Chain Disruption: Key Takeaways From the 2nd Quarter
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