Foreign investments in real sector of Belarusian economy at $6.7bn in January-September

12.11.2021 09:27 / Belarus

MINSK – Foreign investors poured $6.7 billion into the real sector of the Belarusian economy in January-September 2021, the National Statistics Committee told BelTA.

The investments mainly came from commercial entities in Russia (44% of the received investments), Ukraine (13.1%), and Cyprus (12.6%). Foreign direct investments amounted to $4.8 billion, 72.4% of all the foreign investments.

Belarusian organizations invested $4.1 billion abroad in January-September 2021. A considerable amount was invested in Russia (78.9% of the total outbound investments), Ukraine (4.3%), and Cyprus (3.1%). The share of foreign direct investments amounted to 93.8% of the total outbound investments.

Source: BELTA

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