Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been appraised by many researchers, as an important contributor to the economic growth and development of nations (Borgean. C. 2015). However, there seems to be a required trend of performance for any economy to attain a sustainable flow of FDIs and maximise the expected benefits to the best of its national interest, especially when the welfare of its population is at its forefront.
Some economies tend to attract more FDIs than others while some sectors of the economy tend to receive more FDIs. Worldwide, FDIs tend to flow from developed to developing economies, though the current trend seems to be changing direction, where Chinese FDIs are currently flowing to US. Read more. Source | New Times