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Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine’s accumulated investment in Eurasia beyond the CIS increased by 68% over three years

Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine’s accumulated investment in Eurasia beyond the CIS increased by 68% over three years

Italy is the top recipient of FDI in Europe, Turkey in the Middle East, and India in South and Southeast Asia.

Saint Petersburg, 10 December 2014. Despite the global economic crisis, accumulated foreign direct investment (FDI) by the CIS four largest economies in Eurasia beyond the CIS grew from US $41.1 billion to US $69 billion in 2010-2013. This is stated in the report Monitoring of Direct Investment by Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine in Eurasia 2014 (MDI Eurasia) prepared by Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) Centre for Integration Studies. The report is based on the analysis of a large-scale database on FDI, developed by the EDB Centre for Integration Studies and the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO).

10 December, 2014

2013 Annual Report

Eurasian Development Bank’s operations results
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EDB Member States

  • Russian Federation

    Russian
    Federation

  • Republic of Kazakhstan

    Republic
    of Kazakhstan

  • Republic of Armenia

    Republic
    of Armenia

  • Republic of Tajikistan

    Republic
    of Tajikistan

  • Republic of Belarus

    Republic
    of Belarus

  • Kyrgyz Republic

    Kyrgyz
    Republic