Foreign direct investment in Macedonia turns negative in April 2012.

By bne IntelliNews July 1, 2012
Foreign direct investment in Macedonia was a net outflow of EUR 33.6mn in April, reversing a net inflow of EUR 6.1mn in March, according to central bank data. When compared to April 2011, the FDI outflow has increased by 46.9%. The equity capital and reinvested earnings component was also negative - at EUR 33.3mn in April, down 7% y/y. Foreign direct investment in the country dropped by 82.9% y/y to positive EUR 30.6mn in Jan-Apr.

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