Macedonia's FDI down by 23% y/y at end-April.

By bne IntelliNews July 14, 2010
The decrease of the foreign direct investments accelerated to 23% reaching EUR 69.1mn in Jan-April after slumping by 13.7% y/y in Q1, preliminary data from the central bank showed. The portfolio investments again turned to negative in April, resulting in an outflow of EUR 5.2mn, which is still a better result than the negative EUR 28mn in the corresponding period in 2009. Other investments amounted to EUR 49.9mn, double on the year.

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