FDI Investment was $38 billion, which was an increase of 62% compared to 2015.This was due mainly to the privatization of the Rosneft oil company.
FDI inflows into India in 2016 was $44 billion which is an increase of 18%. Mauritius remained India’s top source at $12.8 billion followed by Singapore at $7.1 billion.
FDI into Australia was $48 billion in 2016. Of all the OECD countries, Australia is the most open to foreign direct investment and FDI represents over a third of the country's GDP.
FDI in Brazil was $59 billion, up 6% from 2015 despite a difficult economy. One reason is that long-term investors view the downturn as cyclical rather than a structural collapse.
FDI into Singapore was $62 billion for 2016. Main investors in are the U.S., the Netherlands, the UK and Japan.
Invest in Holland
FDI investment was $91 billion in 2016 . Of the investments that came into the country, 199 were greenfield investments.
4. Hong Kong
FDI investment was $108 billion.One reason for high investment is corporate reconfiguration.
FDI was $133 billion, an increase of 4.1%, but down 6.4% from 2015. Investment in high tech was strong, up 86.1%.
FDI into the UK was $254 billion. Across the country, 2,213 inward investment projects were secured in 2015 to 2016, an 11% increase from 2015.
1. United States
FDI flowing to the US hit $390 billion. The top countries that invested were the UK, Canada and Japan.