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Connected Risks:
Investing in a
Divergent World
2015 Foreign Direct Investment
Confidence Index®
#FDICI15
Developed countries
comprise nearly
three-quarters of
the Index’s top 25,
as investors seek
safe ground for
investment.
Led by the United
States (#1), four
countries in the
Americas make
the top 10.
The U.S. leads all countries in
investors’ positive macroeconomic
outlook, with 46% of those
surveyed more
optimistic in t...
In Asia, China keeps a steady hold
at the top (#2), and Japan jumps
sharply 12 spots into seventh.
#7#2
All eyes are on
China’s projected
7% growth and for
signs of a successful
transition to a
consumption-led
economy.
Fueled in part by stimulus
measures, Europe boasts
a record 60% of the
Index’s top 25.
The United
Kingdom
continues its
three-year
rise to #3.
Two-thirds of companies
plan to return to pre-crisis
levels of FDI by 2016.
61% of respondents
are more optimistic
about the global
economy than
a year ago.
Asia-headquartered
businesses are
most bullish in
their outlook
for FDI.
With less concern about
geopolitical instability and
the regulatory environment
of destination countries,
more than 80% of...
Macroeconomic
uncertainty
is the number-
one factor
holding back
FDI recovery.
About the 2015 Foreign Direct
Investment Confidence Index®
The FDI Confidence Index® is constructed using primary data fro...
For more information on
A.T. Kearney’s 2015 Foreign
Direct Investment Confidence
Index®, please visit:
www.atkearney.com/r...
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Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index 2015 | A.T. Kearney

  1. 1. Connected Risks: Investing in a Divergent World 2015 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index® #FDICI15
  2. 2. Developed countries comprise nearly three-quarters of the Index’s top 25, as investors seek safe ground for investment.
  3. 3. Led by the United States (#1), four countries in the Americas make the top 10.
  4. 4. The U.S. leads all countries in investors’ positive macroeconomic outlook, with 46% of those surveyed more optimistic in their outlook for the U.S. economy than they were a year ago.
  5. 5. In Asia, China keeps a steady hold at the top (#2), and Japan jumps sharply 12 spots into seventh. #7#2
  6. 6. All eyes are on China’s projected 7% growth and for signs of a successful transition to a consumption-led economy.
  7. 7. Fueled in part by stimulus measures, Europe boasts a record 60% of the Index’s top 25.
  8. 8. The United Kingdom continues its three-year rise to #3.
  9. 9. Two-thirds of companies plan to return to pre-crisis levels of FDI by 2016.
  10. 10. 61% of respondents are more optimistic about the global economy than a year ago.
  11. 11. Asia-headquartered businesses are most bullish in their outlook for FDI.
  12. 12. With less concern about geopolitical instability and the regulatory environment of destination countries, more than 80% of Asian investors are interested in frontier markets.
  13. 13. Macroeconomic uncertainty is the number- one factor holding back FDI recovery.
  14. 14. About the 2015 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index® The FDI Confidence Index® is constructed using primary data from a proprietary survey administered to senior executives of the world’s leading corporations. Respondents include C-level executives and regional and business heads. The participating companies represent 27 countries and span all industry sectors. All companies in the survey report global revenue of more than $500 million, and nearly one-half report more than $1 billion. To reflect the increasing influence of developing markets in FDI, this year more than one-third of respondent companies were headquartered in developing countries. The survey was conducted in January 2015. The Index is calculated as a weighted average of the number of responses indicating high, medium, and low likelihood of direct investment in a market over the next three years. Index values are based on non-source-country responses. For example, the Index value for the United States was calculated without responses from U.S.-based corporate investors. Higher Index values indicate more attractive investment targets. The sample of countries included in the survey account for approximately 90 percent of FDI inflows. FDI flow figures are the latest statistics available from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Other secondary sources include investment promotion agencies, central banks, ministries of finance and trade, and other major data sources
  15. 15. For more information on A.T. Kearney’s 2015 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index®, please visit: www.atkearney.com/research-studies/ foreign-direct-investment-confidence-index #FDICI15
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A.T. Kearney's Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index®, established in 1998, ranks countries based on how changes in their political, economic, and regulatory systems are likely to affect foreign direct investment inflows in the coming years.

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