Bosnia's H1 2011 foreign investments up by 1.4% y/y.

By bne IntelliNews August 10, 2011
Foreign investments in BiH have increased by 1.4% y/y to EUR 122.7mn in H1, according to preliminary data of the country's foreign investment promotion agency (FIPA), reported by Glas Srpske daily. FIPA commented that the figure is not satisfactory. According to data from FIPA, the largest investments this year were made in banking (34.3% of the total), manufacturing (27.8%) and trade (14.6%). In the first six months, the biggest foreign investments came from Serbia (about 20% of the total), Turkey (16%), Germany (14%) and Saudi Arabia (10%).

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