IIF projects USD 86bn capital flows to the Middle East, Africa in 2010.

By bne IntelliNews November 1, 2010
The Institute of International Finance (IIF) projected total net private capital flows to the Middle East and Africa region at USD 86bn in 2010, representing nearly 10.4% of the overall flows to emerging markets this year, The Daily Star reported citing IFF's Country Risk Weekly Bulletin. The institute also expects that the net equity investment to the region will increase by around 31% to USD 61.3bn in 2010 and by 45% to USD 68bn in the following year. In April, IIF projected total net private capital flows to the Middle East and Africa region at USD 66.4bn.

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