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Britain Europe first!
Recently, Deloitte, one of the world's four leading accounting firms, published an analysis report.
The report makes a statistical analysis of foreign investment in various countries around the worlD.Britain ranks first in Europe with the dazzling data of US$140 billion in capital brought by 3900 projects.
According to the report, 57% of the world's top 500 companies in the wealth rankings have European headquarters in the UK.
In addition, Britain attracted 6.7% of global FDI.
In terms of the number of investment projects, Britain is second only to the United States on the global stage.
According to the latest Global Investment Trends Monitoring Report issued by the United Nations Trade and Development Organization, global FDI has been declining for the past three years in 2018, of which the total amount of foreign investment in 2018 was about $1.2 trillion, down 19% from the same period last year.
In 2018, developed countries absorbed only US$451 billion in foreign investment.
Nevertheless, in 2018, Britain's foreign investment reached US$122 billion, an increase of 20%, ranking third in the world.
Statistics released by the National Bureau of Statistics on April 10 show that British GDP grew by 0.
2% annually in February 2019. From December 2018 to February 2019, Britain's GDP grew by 0.
3% over the previous three months.
In today's globalized economy, opportunities and challenges have always coexisteD.Many economists are unable to assert the future trend of the British economy.
Since the departure from Europe in 2016, Britain's economy has been growing slowly, but it is still relatively stable, which is enough to show the strength of the UK.
As the fifth largest economy in the world, Britain's economic growth has been slow due to the disengagement from Europe since 2016, but according to the data of the past 20 years, the growth rate of Britain's economy is much more stable than that of other developed countries.
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