Romanian FDI up 27%

Romanian FDI up 27%

Published at: 2014-10-15 11:01 | Author: CIJ Journal
The level of foreign direct investments (FDI) arriving in Romania rose by 27 percent from January to August this year, reaching €1.42bn. That figure was just €1.12bn for the same period in 2013 according to statistics that have been released by the Romanian National Bank. “Foreign direct investments totaled €1.424m, representing €1.646m equity stakes (including reinvested profit) minus intragroup credits with a negative value of €222m,” according to the national bank. The high water mark for the year came in May, when €306m was invested. In 2013, the biggest share of FDI came from The Netherlands, followed by Austrian investments.

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