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2015.09.08 13:45

FDI in Lithuania decreases by EUR 136 million at the end of Q2

DELFI.lt2015.09.08 13:45

Statistics Lithuania and the Bank of Lithuania inform that at the end of Q3 2013, compared to the end of Q2 2013, cumulative foreign direct investment (FDI) in Lithuania decreased by LTL 479.2 million (EUR 136 million), while compared to 30 September 2012, it increased by LTL 1.1 billion (EUR 314 million), The Baltic Course reports, while referring to the news agency ELTA.

 Statistics Lithuania and the Bank of Lithuania inform that at the end of Q3 2013, compared to the end of Q2 2013, cumulative foreign direct investment (FDI) in Lithuania decreased by LTL 479.2 million (EUR 136 million), while compared to 30 September 2012, it increased by LTL 1.1 billion (EUR 314 million), The Baltic Course reports, while referring to the news agency ELTA.

Based on the provisional data, the flow of the FDI in Lithuania made up LTL 988 million (EUR 282 million).

In Q2 of 2013, this flow was negative (- LTL 532 million (EUR 151 million)), while in the third quarter of 2012 it made up LTL 1.7 billion (EUR 485 million). Such a flow of the FDI was influenced by the increased capital (LTL 547.9 million (EUR 156 million)) and by the direct re-investments (LTL 441.5 million (EUR 126 million).

In Q3 of 2013, the biggest increase was fixed in Sweden’s investments (LTL 436.5 million (EUR 124 million)), Denmark’s investments (LTL 109.8 million (EUR 31 million)) and Finland’s (LTL 94.6 million (EUR 27 million)), while the biggest decrease – in Switzerland’s (-LTL 48.2 million (EUR 13 million)) and in France’s investments (-LTL 46.7 million (EUR 13 million)).