Bosnias FDI down 73.8% y/y in H1 - Economic Planning Directorate.

By bne IntelliNews October 12, 2012
Bosnias net FDI flow fell 78.3% y/y to BAM 50.4mn (EUR 25.7mn) in the first half of the year, the countrys Directorate for Economic Planning (DEP) reported, citing data from the ministry of foreign trade and economic relations. The largest investors in the first half of 2012 came from Slovenias Droga Kolinska Group (BAM 13.4mn) and Slovenian lender NLB (BAM 10.8mn), while Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank withdrew BAM 45.5mn worth of capital the most significant withdrawal in the period. Investment flows reached BAM 3.5mn in August, up from BAM 2.2bn in July, DEP data showed, bringing the total foreign investment flows in the first eight months of the year to BAM 56mn.
FDI, BAM mn Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2010 470.4 149.5 32.1 29.6
2011 93.1 99.5 107.8 128
2012 -4.99 55.3
Source: DEP
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