Since the end of World War II, international trade has operated as a positive force in fostering the expansion of the global economy. One key element has been the role played by foreign direct investment (FDI). Basically, FDI refers to how companies invest their capital and technologies in order to establish operations and create relationships in foreign countries in order to satisfy the needs of their customers and clients. As the largest world economy, the United States for six decades has been a major FDI target. Today, those looking to invest in the United States need to be aware of five trends that are likely to make doing business in America as well as in many other countries around the world much more challenging. Join Dennis Unkovic, Esq., as he walks you through those five trends.
Recorded at the Business Law Institute in November 2022.