FDI in Romania, down almost thirty percent


The first seven months of 2013 saw a decrease of over 30 percent in the foreign direct investment (FDI) figures hitting an almost all times low. In 2012, the volume of  FDI in Romania amounted EUR 1.6 billion, the minimum of the past ten years. Considering an expected increase of FDI during 2013 since the  Victor Ponta Government announced that attracting foreign investors will be a priority, the data published by the central bank reflect the opposite. FDI fell nearly 30% on the same period of the previous year, reaching EUR 946 million in the first seven months of the year. 


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