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FDI Decreases in Georgia

Published: June 10, 2013 | 2:55 pm
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Foreign Direct Investments to Georgia made USD 226 million in the first quarter, 2013, GeoStat reports. The indicator is 43 million decrease from the same period statistics of 2012.Earlier Georgian government forecasted USD 2 billion FDI flow to the county throughout the year. Japan (20%) is the biggest investor country followed by Azerbaijan (17%) and Netherlands (15%).

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