Post-Pandemic Opportunities for Foreign Direct Investment

FACC-C member Parker Poe, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, writes of the "Resiliency of Supply Chains & Post-Pandemic Opportunities for FDI."

Published in Area Development, Morgan Crapps and Mark Simmons of Parker Poe explain that "the current pandemic crisis has brought supply chain risks to the forefront; consequently, foreign companies may want to localize production to the U.S. if they wish to serve the American market."

Morgan Crapps concludes by sharing that "it’s a good time for foreign investors to begin the site selection process. With the right assistance, investors can still get a good understanding of ongoing operating costs and pre-COVID labor markets, with the potential for competitive up-front costs. Communities are searching for ways to revive their economies and create jobs, and many in the business community are eager to do deals."

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Area Development magazine is considered the leading executive magazine covering corporate site selection and relocation. Editorial coverage provides valuable information pertinent to the factors, key issues, and criteria that affect a successful decision.

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