* 4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Media information (2) Publications (2) Topics Financial Markets (4) Foreign Direct Investments (4) International Finance (4) Africa (2) Asia (2) China (2) Economic & Financial Crises (2) European Union & Euro (2) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (2) Globalization (2) International Trade (2) Europe (1) Germany (1) Show more Publicationtype Working Paper (2) Units International Finance and Global Governance (4) Experts Christoph Trebesch (4) Carmen Reinhart (1) Franziska Hünnekes (1) Moritz Schularick (1) Sebastian Horn (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Foreign Direct Investments Units: International Finance and Global Governance Remove all filters Media Information China’s international lending is much higher than previously known 01.07.2019 China's lending to other countries is significantly larger than previously known and reported in official statistics. As of 2017, the world owed more than five trillion USD to the government of China, or around six percent of global economic output.... Media Information Germany earns less on its foreign investments than other countries 04.07.2019 The return on German foreign assets is significantly lower than that of other countries that invest internationally. Since 1975, average annual returns have been about 5 percentage points below those of the USA and almost 3 percentage points below... Working Paper Exportweltmeister: The Low Returns on Germany's Capital Exports 04.07.2019 Germany is world champion in exporting capital (“Exportweltmeister”). No other country invests larger amounts of savings outside its borders. Working Paper China’s Overseas Lending 28.06.2019 Compared with China’s dominance in world trade, its expanding role in global finance is poorly documented and understood.