TIRANA, June 18
The flux of foreign direct investments in Albania was worth €1.1 billion, says the UN in its latest publication posted on Wednesday, June 12. If we compare it with a year ago, it is 12.9% higher says the report, placing Albania 2nd after Serbia in the region.
But the increase is slower compared to Serbia and North Macedonia, where the increases were respectively 43% and 260%. Regarding Montenegro, we can see a decrease in the flux of foreign direct investments in the country.
Whereas, the foreign direct investments that exit from Albania, are increased dramatically, by 220% with a value of €74.1billion, says the report. The rise of the foreign direct investments that enter Albania has caused the stock to go up to €7 billion, almost 52% of the GDP.
You can read the full report for 2019 in here.
Source and Photo Credit/ United Nations
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