The COVID-19 pandemic has led, in addition to dramatic health implications for people around the globe, to an almost immediate and profound economic upheaval in many economies. The health and economic crises have governments scrambling for responses to limit the damage and impact on their societies and economies.
This page gathers initial responses from the OECD investment policy community as economies around the world address the crisis and prepare for the recovery. These notes contribute to the OECD co-ordinated policy response.
This note considers the implications and challenges for international investment and offers initial responses from the OECD investment policy community as economies around the world address the crisis and prepare for the recovery.
This policy brief considers the implications and challenges of the COVID-19 crisis for international investment. The note reviews initial responses from the OECD investment policy community as economies around the world address the crisis and prepare for the recovery.
Investment screening in times of COVID – and beyond
This policy brief examines the upheaval resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic has led many governments to enhance their foreign investment screening mechanisms or introduce new ones. This reviews changes to investment screening policy practice and to the way governments and societies view the benefits and risks associated with foreign investment.
This report presents recent capital flow developments during the COVID-19 crisis and serves as a background paper to the G20 International Financial Working Group meeting on 24 June 2020.
This note reviews the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on international investment flows and government responses. It summarises the findings of the OECD IPA Network meeting on 9 April 2020 and outlines short-term and long-term responses.
Esta declaración conjunta subraya el compromiso de las organizaciones internacionales de apoyar a los Estados de América Latina y el Caribe, a las empresas, a las organizaciones de empleadores y de trabajadores, así como a otras partes interesadas, para abordar los desafíos sin precedentes que plantea la pandemia del COVID-19.
Maria Borga, Head of the FDI Statistics Unit of the OECD Investment Division, looks at FDI Flows in the time of COVID-19