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Why has FDI into emerging economies slumped?

There has been a broad-based fall in foreign direct investment flows into the emerging world that, outside China, is mostly the result of a slowdown in global growth. FDI flows should stabilise over the coming year and, over the medium term, we think they will increasingly be shaped by global fragmentation.

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