Foreign investments in Ukraine are growing up
The Ukrainian economy has been extended with $ 2.7 billion of direct investments in the first half of 2011 by foreign investors of course. It is 56.4% more than the last year period. It is reported by the State Statistics Service of Ukraine.
According to the State Committee for Statistics, it has been received $ 2.3 billion (82.0% of total volume) from the EU, $ 84.3 million (3.0%) from the CIS countries and $ 4.2 billion (15%) form other countries. At the same time the non-resident capital has been decreased by $ 447.0 million.
Investments carried out mainly in the form of monetary contributions, which totaled $ 2.4 billion (84.5% invested amount).
The growth of foreign equity in the economy made $ 2.5 billion in the first half of 2011 according to its revaluation, losses, foreign exchange differences, etc.
Cyprus capital amounts increased up to $ 1,6 billion, Germany - to $ 283 million, Austria - to $ 124 million and it is only in the first half of 2011. This growth caused by equity sales by non-residents from other countries. Other equity statistics: The U.S. is $ 70 million down, Poland and Italy are $ 39 million down and $ 35 million the same way due to capital withdrawal and revaluation.
The growth of foreign capital was noted in the first half of 2011 and observed in industrial enterprises - $ 857.3 million, in construction companies - $ 627.3 million, companies specialized on real estate transactions, leasing, engineering and services businesses - $ 399 7 million, as well as the institutions financial activities - $ 235.6 million
Foreign direct investment (equity) in Ukraine made $ 47 billion on July 1, 2011 which was 5.5% up of investment volumes it the beginning of 2011 and 16.8% more than July 1, 2010 year and per capita was $ 1 billion.
Investments came from 127 countries around the world. The ten major investing countries, accounting for almost 83% of total direct investment are: Cyprus - $ 12 billion, Germany - $ 7.4 million, the Netherlands - $ 4.8 billion, Russia - $ 3.4 billion, Austria - $ 2.9 billion, France - $ 2.4 million, United Kingdom - $ 2.4 billion, Sweden - $ 1.8 billion, the Virgin Islands - $ 1.5 billion and the U.S. - $ 1.1 billion
Recall that about $ 1.7 billion of direct investments were put into the Ukrainian economy in the first half of 2010. It was 66% in comparison with the revenue the same period of 2009.
- Business & Finance
- Information and IT
- Foreign economic activity
- Medicine and Health
- Fashion and Beauty
- Culture and Art
- Science & Education
- Recreation & Entertainment
- Agricultural production
- Extractive industry24
- Light industry15
- Engineering and metalworking21
- Healthcare Industry1
- Microbiological industry
- Food Industry33
- Printing and Publishing2
- Production of building materials13
- Other industrial production22
- Radio-electronic industry and communications2
- Fish industry8
- Fuel industry15
- Transportation engineering6
- Heavy engineering1
- Chemicals and petrochemicals18
- Non-ferrous metallurgy2
- Ferrous metallurgy2
- Electronic industry2
- Electric Power15