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Newsletter Μάιος 2010

FDI GREECE

Inflows into Greece for 2009 showed an encouraging trend in light of the global and domestic environment. Although less than the previous three years, total inflows reached 4.496 billion Euro and net inflows reached 2.415 billion Euro. In fact, although less than in 2006 and 2008 net inflows were greater than in 2007.

Graph I
Total Inflows and Net FDI in Greece, 2003-2009 (in million Euro)

 

Source: Bank of Greece 2010, revised data for the years 2006-2008


PER SECTOR

2009 registered a spike in inflows in the chemicals sector but period of 2003-2009 shows a more balanced distribution by sector (see Graph III)

MANUFACTURING – INDUSTRY (2009 TOTAL INFLOWS)

Graph II
Breakdown of Total FDI Inflows in Greece in manufacturing & industry during 2009 (%)

Total Value: 619,9 million Euro

Source: Bank of  Greece 2010

Graph III
Breakdown of Total FDI Inflows in Greece in manufacturing & industry during the period 2003 - 2009 (%)


Total Value: 7.544,4 million Euro

Source: Bank of Greece 2010


SERVICES (2009)
Financial Services and Telecoms remain the core areas in the service sector.

Graph IV
Structure of Total FDI Inflows in Greece in services during 2009


Total Value: 3.651,2 million Euro

Source: Bank of Greece 2010

Graph V
Structure of Total FDI Inflows in Greece in services during the period 2003 – 2009 (%)


Total Value: 23.710,2 million Euro

Source: Bank of Greece 2010


PER COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Germany remains the single largest source of FDI inflows, with France, Belgium/Luxembourg, Austria, Netherlands, Italy, Cyprus, UK, USA, and Spain making up the other major sources.

Graph VI
Total FDI Inflows in Greece for 2009 according to country of origin (in million Euro)


Graph VII
Total FDI Inflows in Greece for 2003-2009 according to country of origin (in million Euro)




Total Value: 32.902 million Euro