10:30 - 12:00
Hall A, 3rd Floor
The development of renewable energies and robotics, as well as increased digitalization, changes in labor costs and the rise of protectionist policies all contribute to the current global investment climate. Previously, global markets have focused on industrial growth, but in today’s climate that it not enough: new investments, the cultivation of a talented workforce and innovation ecosystems are now as important as cheap labor and raw materials.
What are the benefits for developing countries in this current investment climate? Which areas are the most attractive for investments and entrepreneurship? Where should we be looking in order to find resources to enhance our competitive advantage?