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Discover How GBA Members Create Sustainable Solutions.

GBA members are utilizing their expertise, resources dedicated employees to fight the climate crisis by creating sustainable solutions…

The New Macro Supercycle: 10 Themes Driving the Global Economy, Policy and Markets in 2023 with Tom Joyce of MUFG

The Global Business Alliance and Institute for International Bankers held an exclusive economic briefing with Tom Joyce, Managing Director at […]


Foreign Direct Investment in the United States, Preliminary 4th Quarter & Full-Year 2022

Foreign direct investment in the United States (FDIUS) totaled $72 billion in the fourth quarter of 2022. Net equity flows […]

Press Releases

Global Business Alliance Releases New State-by-State Analysis of Global Investment

A coalition of organizations representing millions of U.S. workers today sent a letter to leaders of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce


Top Five States with the Highest Concentration of FDI Jobs

Nationally, international companies employ 6.4 percent of America’s overall private sector. However, five states far exceed this national average by welcoming international companies into their local economy.


Ten States Leading America’s FDI Manufacturing Workforce

In the past five years, international companies created nearly 400,000 manufacturing jobs while the U.S. overall sadly lost 223,000. Global connections are key to America’s competitiveness in this sector, helping to diversify America’s economy and make it more resilient to downturns. Nationwide, 35.9 percent of FDI-supported jobs are in the manufacturing sector, with 25 states exceeding this average.


Building a Skilled Workforce: The Role of Apprenticeships for International Companies in the U.S.

While the United States has a highly skilled workforce, some areas of the country may not have the specialized talent that certain industries require…