Global Best to Invest 2020
This annual report is usually a celebratory recognition of some of the world’s best performing economies, especially those most successful at attracting investment and creating jobs.
2020 Best to Invest
2020 Mac Conway Awards
The Mac awards recognize an elite group of economic development organizations in 20 U.S. regions based on an index of project-related job creation and investment.
Top Deals 2020
When it comes to economic impact, these projects make the Top 40.
Hungary - Europe's E-Mobility Nerve Center
Only in a market as agile, well-educated and competitive as Hungary can an established ecosystem, like the automotive industry, transform into its logical extension — e-mobility.
MidAmerica Industrial Park Pryor, Oklahoma
The Park that Thought of Everything
In February, MAIP opened its 25,000-sq.-ft. Center of Excellence dedicated to technology, training and career opportunities.
Sink or Swim
Come to southwestern Indiana and you’ll find an 8,000-acre megasite with all the bells and whistles and a rock-solid workforce ready to help their region and nation bounce back.
Thailand's Dynamic Economic Corridor
The region accounts for more than $80 billion in business investments and is receiving $50 billion more from the Thai government and the private sector to make it even more business-friendly.
On Plexiglass and The New Normal
Editor in Chief Mark Arend considers the new set of challenges now facing corporate real estate leaders as they recalibrate supply chains and consider reshoring operations
European automotive firms’ gradual reopening of production; a French aerospace manufacturer’s pivot to masks; guidance for a new era of supply chain management; and the world’s greenest cities.
North American Reports
Inventory by drone; SK’s double-down in Georgia; big offers for Tesla’s Cybertruck factory; how USMCA could alter automotive industry geography; and the launch of the Great Lakes shipping season
IAMC Chair Colleen Caravati details the ways IAMC is there to support its members during the pandemic. John Salustri talks to company leaders about force majeure and getting along with landlords.
Our conversations with leaders from six global companies highlight why — today more than ever — people, planet and collaborative prosperity are priorities for growing companies in Costa Rica.