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Montenegro, The total inflow of foreign direct investments at the end of September amounted to EUR 847.83 million

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The total inflow of foreign direct investments (FDI) at the end of September amounted to EUR 847.83 million, while at the same time EUR 248.8 million went out of the country, preliminary data from the Central Bank (CBCG) show.
– The net inflow of foreign direct investments amounted to EUR 599.03 million, which is 70.03 percent more compared to the same period last year – it is stated in the CBCG Bulletin.

The total inflow of foreign direct investments increased by 41.32 percent compared to the comparative period, which is the result of the growth of equity investments.

EUR 92.48 million flowed out of the country on the basis of investments by residents abroad, while withdrawals of funds by non-residents invested in Montenegro amounted to EUR 156.32 million.

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The inflow of foreign direct investments in the form of equity investments amounted to EUR 465.05 million, which is 54.85 percent of the total. Of this, EUR 322.2 million was invested in real estate, and EUR 142.85 million in companies and banks.

The inflow of FDI in the form of intercompany debt amounted to EUR 316.28 million, which is 37.3 percent of the total inflow, local media reports.

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