Foreign direct investment inflow to Turkey down 17.9 pc

Foreign direct investment inflow to Turkey was down 17.9 percent year-on-year in first ten months of 2010 to 5.88 billion USD, Turkish Treasury statistics showed.

Foreign direct investment inflow to Turkey down 17.9 pc

Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow to Turkey was down 17.9 percent year-on-year in first ten months of 2010 to 5.88 billion USD, Turkish Treasury statistics showed on Tuesday.

In 2009, Turkey received a total of FDI of 7 billion USD in whole year.

According to a Treasury bulletin, foreign direct capital inflow also went down 31.9 percent in January-October period to 3.88 billion USD from 5.7 billion USD in the same period of last year.

Considering the capital outflow of 22 million USD, net capital inflow totaled 3.73 billion USD, a 27.8 percent decline in net capital inflow.

Real estate expenditure was the only item in 10-month foreign direct investment inflow to Turkey. Real estate investments amounted to 1.99 billion USD. It was 1.46 billion USD in first ten months of last year.


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