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FDI in developing Asia grew 4% in 2020 amid global contraction

Developing Asia is the only region to record growth in foreign investment in 2020, accounting for more than half of global inward...

Global trade hits record 10% growth in Q1, to stay strong—UNCTAD...

Rebound was driven by the strong export performance of East Asian economies, which recovered earlier from the COVID-19 crisis and capitalized on...

Global e-commerce hits $26.7T, online retail sales soar

Online retail sales’ share of total retail sales increased from 16% in 2019 to 19% in 2020Online retail sales grew at an...

East Asia drives trade, mfg recovery—UNCTAD

Global trade recovered in the fourth quarter of 2020, reducing overall decline in 2020 to about 9% on strong trade in goods,...

Asia survives global FDI plunge with 4% contraction in 2020

FDI in developing Asia fell 4% in 2020, the mildest FDI contraction among all regionsFDI in East Asia grew 12%, with China...

FDI flows to developing Asia fall 12% in 1H—report

12% decline in FDI flows to developing Asia is smallest contraction among developing regionsThe lower-than-expected drop in FDI in the region is...

World trade makes frail recovery but remains negative—UNCTAD report

Global trade value in 2020 will contract 7%-9% compared to 2019Some East Asian economies bucked the downtrend in Q3 exports, notably Taiwan,...

COVID-19 has changed shopping behavior for good, survey finds

The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the shift towards a more digital world and permanently changing shopping behavior, a recent online consumer survey...

COVID-19 pandemic could slash global FDIs by up to 40% in...

The COVID-19 pandemic's impact on foreign direct investment (FDI) will be more dramatic than previously projected, according to the United Nations Conference...

China slowdown, COVID-19 have caused $50B decline in global exports—UNCTAD

The slowdown of manufacturing in China due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is disrupting world trade and could result in a US$50...