Reports detailed balance of payments data for current account (goods and services), capital account, financial account (portfolio or direct investment), and reserves.
This statistical database includes historical data from all series appearing in the Balance of Payments Statistics Yearbook (BOPSY) Country Tables (Part 1) and the World and Regional Tables (Part 2). The Methodologies, Compilation Practices, and Data Sources (Part 3) notes are available when selecting most country tables. The Country and World Tables, as presented in the printed copy of BOPSY, are available as selection options. The Economic Concept View provides a cross-country view of the concepts in the BOPSY by individual or groups of countries.
UN's World Investment Directory provides detailed information about foreign direct investment in a country, with statistics on flows, stocks and transnational corporation operations, by components, industry and investor/recipient country. Older editions available in print.
Annual: (FDI) inflows and outflows by individual country, geographical region and economic grouping. Direct Investment Stock: Inward and outward stock by individual country, geographical region and economic grouping, expressed in millions of dollars, as FDI world shares, as FDI values per capita, and as FDI percentage ratios.
AidData attempts to capture the universe of development finance and foreign aid, increase the value of data by providing more descriptive information about development activities, and provide data in an accessible format.
OECD gives access to a comprehensive set of statistics on foreign direct investment (FDI) into and out of OECD countries and non-OECD countries. The data are presented in a standardized format combining sectoral industry and geographical breakdowns for flow and stock data from 1982 onwards.
The China Global Investment Tracker is the only comprehensive data set covering China’s global investment and construction activity. Inaugurated in 2005, the CGIT now includes approximately 1,600 large transactions worth well over $1 trillion across energy, real estate, high-tech, and other industries, as well as more than 150 troubled transactions. The full list of transactions, including the amount, the parent investor, the host country, and the sector, is available for public use with the proper citation. The tracker is published by the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation.