FDI reach the highest level since 2010 - almost 2.4 billion euro at 11 months in 2013
After several years when the foreign direct investments in Romania went on a declining path, yet with some sign o revival in 2012, last year brought a positive evolution in terms of investments of non-resident in our country. With a significant advance in the second half of the year, the FDI totaled nearly 2.4 billion euro at 11 months in 2013, the maximum of the last four years, as per the reports published by Romania’s Central Bank.

Of the 2.4 billion euro, equity stakes consolidated with the estimated net loss amounted to about 1.35 billion and intra-group loans, to some 1.04 billion euro.

The high-record level in terms of foreign direct investments was reached during the economic boom, in 2008, amounting to almost 9.5 billion euro. Since then, the economic crisis has strongly affected these investments volume which have decreased year-on-year.

Last year was the first signal of emerging from the turmoil the investment sector has been passing through for the past years, the FDI turning on an upward trend, after a significant growth over 2011 – the FDI reached nearly 2.14 billion euro in 2012, whereas with a year ago, it totaled only 1.8 billion euro. 


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