GENEVA (Reuters) – A U.N. survey of governments’ investment regulations has found 30 percent of measures adopted in the first ten months of this year were a tightening of regulations, the highest figure since 2010.
“New investment restrictions or regulations for foreign investors were mainly based on national security concerns about foreign ownership of critical infrastructures, sensitive assets or residential property,” the regular survey published by the U.N. trade and development agency UNCTAD said.
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