Foreign direct investment in Macedonia rises 90.8% in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews March 16, 2012
Foreign direct investment in Macedonia was an inflow of EUR 303.5mn in 2011, up from EUR 159.1mn in 2010, according to data of the central bank. The full-year figure corresponds to 4.1% of the estimated GDP. The biggest amounts of FDI came from Austria (EUR 77.2mn), the Netherlands (EUR 77mn), Turkey (EUR 75.1mn), Slovenia (EUR 33.3mn) and Sweden (EUR 12.9mn). The equity capital and reinvested earnings component was an inflow of EUR 394.7mn last year, up 2.6 times from 2010. In December alone, FDI in Macedonia was an inflow of EUR 21.9mn, down from inflows of EUR 75.1mn in November and EUR 24.2mn in December 2010.

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