According to the latest report of the United Nations Forum on Trade and Development, even under the haze of the Covid-19, China still received the most foreign direct investment last year, with a total foreign direct investment of US$163 billion (approximately 12,700).
According to the report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, global foreign direct investment in 2020 will be US$859 billion, down 42% year-on-year. Among them, developed countries fell by 69%, and developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia fell by 37%, 18% and 4% respectively.
Among the countries in the world, China’s foreign direct investment reached 163 billion U.S. dollars last year, surpassing the U.S.’s 134 billion U.S. dollars and ranking first in the world. In addition, China’s gross domestic product increased by 2.3% last year, making it the only country in the world that has achieved growth among the major economic powers.