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Foreign direct investments could contract by 40% this year, hitting developing countries hardest

Confidence in China could indicate we're heading for a 'V' shaped recovery. Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Adnan Seric

Research and Industrial Policy Officer, Department of Policy Research and Statistics (PRS) of UNIDO

Jostein Hauge

Research Fellow , Centre for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (Institute for Manufacturing) at the University of Cambridge

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