Foreign direct investment in Macedonia drops 26.8% y/y in January 2012.

By bne IntelliNews April 12, 2012
Net foreign direct investment in Macedonia dropped to EUR 34.3mn in January, up from EUR 21.9mn in December but lower compared to a year earlier when it stood at EUR 46.9mn, according to central bank data. The equity capital and reinvested earnings component was a net inflow of EUR 12.5mn in January, up 79.4% y/y. Foreign direct investment in the country increased by 90.8% to EUR 303.5mn in full-2011.

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