In 2013, the foreign investment in Russia's economy increased by 10.1% to $170.18 billion, Russia's Federal State Statistics Service informed.
Direct foreign investment increased by 39.9% to $26.118 billion.
Portfolio investment decreased by 39.9% to $1.092 billion, other investment rose 6.6% to $142.97 billion.
At the end of 2013, the accrued foreign capital in Russia's economy stood at $384.1 billion (6% above the result at the end of 2012). Other investment made on a repayable basis accounted for most of the accrued foreign capital (65.7% against 60.1% at the end of 2012), the share of direct investment was 32.8% (against 37.5%), the share of portfolio investment was 1.5% (against 2.4%).
In 2013, Russia's economy received $170.18 billion in foreign investment (+10.1% year-on-year).
Repaid foreign investment totaled $127.2 billion (6.9% below the 2012 result).
The principal investors in Russia were: Cyprus, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, China, UK, and Germany.
"AK&M", 28.02.2013 16:15