The UN Trade and Development Organization's Global Investment Prospect Assessment found China the world's most attractive investment destination. Brazil, Poland and South Africa came second, third and forth in the ranking. More than half of the 335 multinationals surveyed said they believed foreign direct investment in Asia would increase in the short term, principally in China. Investing in production facilities was of most interest to companies polled, followed by distribution and logistics. The survey indicated respondents, which included companies in both developed and developing economies, were open to different entry options, including acquisition and strategic alliances.