Countries Receiving the Most Investment from Abroad

HowMch.net created a cartogramm corresponding to the level of Foreign direct investments (FDI) inflows each country received in 2017. Total foreign direct investment last year was $1.43 trillion globally.

Countries appear bigger as their FDI inflow is higher e.g. United States. Conversely, countries that have a lower FDI inflows appear smaller e.g. Sudan. The maps show countries with FDI inflows of $1 billion or more.

Countries Receiving the Most Investment from Abroad
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Top 20 countries and jurisdictions receiving FDI inflows:

  1. United States – $275.4 billion
  2. China – $136.3 billion
  3. Hong Kong (SAR) – $104.3 billion
  4. Brazil – $62.7 billion
  5. Singapore – $62.0 billion
  6. Netherlands – $58.0 billion
  7. France – $49.8 billion
  8. Australia – $46.4 billion
  9. Switzerland – $41.0 billion
  10. India – $39.9 billion
  11. British Virgin Islands – $38.4 billion
  12. Cayman Islands – $37.4 billion
  13. Germany – $34.7 billion
  14. Mexico – $29.7 billion
  15. Ireland – $29.0 billion
  16. Russia – $25.3 billion
  17. Canada – $24.2 billion
  18. Indonesia – $23.1 billion
  19. Spain – $19.1 billion
  20. Israel – $19 billion

Data: www.unctad.org

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