According to the UNCTAD report, "developing" countries will be most affected by the economic crisis triggered by the coronavirus outbreak.
According to the report "The Effect of Coronavirus on Global International Direct Investments" prepared by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), coronavirus concern will reduce direct investments by 15 percent. According to the report, (developing) countries will be affected the most by the economic crisis triggered by the epidemic.
According to the United Nations report, Kovid-19's economic impact changes due to the supply chain felt in economies that are concentrated around China, the Republic of Korea, Japan and South Asian economies, especially in closely integrated global value chains, the effects caused by production cuts and increased negative demand shocks. It will show. According to the report, how the outbreak spread to Europe will affect the economy has not yet been monitored.
It was stated that the coronavirus epidemic, multinational monopolies and foreign affiliates will slow capital spending, and low-capacity production sites will temporarily halt new investments in physical assets and delay their expansion.
COMPANY MERGERS STARTED
In the report, it was pointed out that announcements of new investment projects made from scratch might be postponed, a slowdown in mergers and acquisitions (M & As), and according to February data, overseas purchases, which normally amount to $ 40-50 billion monthly, fall below $ 10 billion.
41 of 100 largest monopolies awoke
69 of the world's top 100 multinational monopolies made a statement about the impact of the outbreak. 41 of these companies made profit and increased risk warnings, 10 reported lower sales, 12 expected negative impacts on production or supply chain disruptions, and 19 expected to be affected by both.