FDI inflow up 154 percent in the first quarter

Dunya – Foreign direct investments (FDI) to Türkiye surged in the first quarter of 2011, reaching a net amount of USD 3.95 billion, a notable 154 percent increase over the previous year.

According to the data provided by the Undersecretariat of Treasury, the country attracted USD 3.49 billion of foreign capital in January-March, a 233 percent increase from last year’s USD 1 billion in the same period. Equity investments also surged by 256 percent, reaching USD 3.54 billion from USD 995 million booked in the same period of 2010.
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