UN forecasts rebound in global investment flows this year

Construction workers walk on the roof of the still-under-construction building in Beijing on December 17, 2014Global foreign direct investment is expected to rebound in 2015 after falling 16 percent last year due to a fragile world economy and political and military crises, the UN said Wednesday. China, the world’s second biggest economy, drew a total of $129.6 billion of FDI in 2014, it said. “I think foreign direct investment will continue to grow steadily,” Shen Danyang, ministry spokesman, said recently.

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