January Foreign Direct Investments Up 13.2%, but New Equity Capital Down 66.2%

Net foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows rose 13.2 percent to $685 million in January from $605 million same period a year ago. Broken down, the increase came from a rise in debt instrument placements, which more than doubled to $566 million. Other components namely equity capital and reinvestment of earnings, went down 66.2 and…

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