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Energy, Tourism, Agriculture & BPO Catch Foreign Investors
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Energy, Tourism, Agriculture & BPO Catch Foreign Investors

TIRANA, October 1 Potential foreign investors that require for information by the Albanian Investment Development Agency (AIDA), are interested in a wide range of sectors such as energy, tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). Representatives of the institution said for the Albanian Telegraphic Agency (ATA) that Albania is an attractive and growing market...

Top Countries with Largest Share of FDI Inflow to Albania
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Top Countries with Largest Share of FDI Inflow to Albania

TIRANA, June 25 Greece counts for the highest foreign direct investment (FDI) stock in Albania. According to the official statistics provided by the Bank of Albania (BoA) on FDI stock, Greek companies in Albania have invested mostly in telecommunications and in the banking sector. Greek direct investments in Albania during the first quarter of the...

EBRD Asks Albanian Authorities to Improve the Business Climate
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EBRD Asks Albanian Authorities to Improve the Business Climate

TIRANA, June 19 The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) requires from the Albanian authorities to improve the business environment and to concentrate investments in the power and infrastructure sectors. This was said during the meeting of the Albania Investment Council, where the legal frame on investments was discussed. Vice President of EBRD Alain...

Foreign Investments Surged in Q1
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Foreign Investments Surged in Q1

TIRANA, June 12 Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) increased by 61.6 percent during the first quarter (Q1) of 2018 compared to the same period of the previous year. The Bank of Albania (BoA) reported that foreign companies invested Euro 283 million in the Albanian economy, or some €108 million more compared to January-March 2017. BoA confirms...

What Factors Hinder FDI Inflows to Albania?
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What Factors Hinder FDI Inflows to Albania?

TIRANA, May 3 The legal system and property issues continue to affect the stock of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Albania. This was confirmed by the recent index on Competitiveness in South Eastern Europe (SEE) by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). According to the index, the level of Foreign Direct Investment inflow...

Tourism and Agriculture Attract Czech Investors to Albania
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Tourism and Agriculture Attract Czech Investors to Albania

TIRANA, February 22 Czech entrepreneurs are interested in investing in Albania especially in tourism and agriculture sectors. This was confirmed by representatives of Czech companies attended Albania-Czech republic business forum that was held on Wednesday in Tirana. This business forum aims at establishing and sustain further cooperation in the business sector and the good political...

Albania Confident of Economic Take-off in 2018
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Albania Confident of Economic Take-off in 2018

TIRANA, January 16 Foreign Direct Investment inflow (FDI) plays a major role in the economic development of Albania. So far, Devolli and the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) are the most important projects from foreign companies, but they are expected to be completed during this year. Yet the Albanian government is optimistic and its representatives say...

The World Bank Warns of FDI Inflow Decline by 2019
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The World Bank Warns of FDI Inflow Decline by 2019

TIRANA, October 26 The Foreign Direct Investment inflow (FDI) in Albania are expected to account for 5.6percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2019, the World Bank (WB) warned. Monitor Magazine reported that according to the latest projection of the WB, FDI inflow in Albania will decline during the upcoming years. According to the...