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With the China World Trade Center conference: expected global foreign direct investment fell sharply this year, U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes of UNCTAD expects global foreign direct investment fell sharply in October 7, Xinhua News Agency watts (reporter Ling Xin) the United Nations Conference on trade and development (UNCTAD) 6 released the latest issue of global investment trends monitoring report is expected in 2016, global foreign direct investment (FDI) may last year fell 10% to 15%, fell 1 trillion and 500 billion to $1 trillion and 600 billion. UNCTAD Secretary General Jose hissa and Kituyi said the global FDI downward trend disturbing, because the global economy is in urgent need of investment and stimulate. The report explained that the decline in FDI in 2016 mainly reflects the fragile global economy, the overall demand continues to be weak, slow growth in the economy of some commodity exporters, as well as some multinational revenue plummeted, etc.. The report also predicts that in 2017 the global FDI will rebound in 2018 will be more than 1 trillion and 800 billion U.S. dollars, but still lower than the peak before the financial crisis in 2008. From the regional point of view, in 2016 the inflow of FDI in Africa is expected to return to growth, while the development of FDI in Asia and Latin America is expected to reduce. FDI inflows in developed economies are growing rapidly in 2015, but they may not be able to maintain strong growth momentum this year. The report also predicts that twenty members of the group of FDI inflows in 2016 will be reduced by between 5% to 10%, the APEC member FDI inflows will decline by between 15% and 20%, but the FDI inflows in the BRIC countries is expected to grow by about $10%. In June this year, UNCTAD released the 2016 world investment report shows that thanks to the growth of cross-border mergers and acquisitions in the world, the total size of the global FDI in 2015 amounted to $1 trillion and 760 billion, an increase of 38% over the previous year. Editor: Wang Yongsheng SF153相关的主题文章: