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Foreign direct investments slightly increasing

By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, December 14
In the third quarter of 2011, Georgia received USD 266 million as foreign direct investment. There are increases in the figures of FDI in the first quarter USD 173 million was received, in the second quarter USD 203 million. Altogether Georgia has received USD 643 million. The figures for the fourth quarter will be available later. Investments in 2011 have come into Georgia from the Netherlands, Cyprus, Turkey, Russia, the UK, India, Kazakhstan, Germany, the Virgin Islands, and Austria and others. Most of the investments go into the industrial sector, then financial followed by energy, real estate, transport and communication and the construction sector.