The transatlantic economy is picking up steam
70% of US global foreign direct investment came to Europe last year
Despite many global challenges facing Europe and the U.S., the economic prospects are improving for both economies, finds a new study from the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University. The transatlantic economy is picking up steam as we are seeing growth, confident markets and decreasing unemployment rates in the EU and the U.S.
The economic ties between Europe and the U.S. are strong. The Transatlantic Economy 2017 study published today shows that the transatlantic economic relationship generates close to €5.2 trillion in total commercial sales a year and employs up to 15 million workers on both sides of the Atlantic. The U.S. and Europe are each other’s main source of foreign direct investment. Europe has attracted over 58.5% of total U.S. global investment since 2010, more than in any previous decade.
The study includes dedicated profiles for 30+ European countries and all U.S. states.
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