Rosstat: The volume of accumulated foreign capital in the Russian economy in 2012. reached $ 362.4 billion (+ 4.4%)

Foreign investment in the Russian economy in 2012 declined by 18.9% yoy to $ 154.6 billion, according to Rosstat.

In particular, foreign direct investment (FDI) increased last year by 1.4% to $ 18.666 billion. Of these contributions to the capital of the company amounted to $ 9.248 billion (+ 1.8%), loans from foreign co-owners of enterprises — $ 7.671 billion (+ 2.4%), the cost of leasing — $ 3,000,000 (- 98%), other direct investment — $ 1,744 bn (+ 4%).

Rosstat counts of FDI according to the organizations that submitted statements (excluding the monetary and credit regulation and banks). Some of the financial statements of investment does not provide.

Portfolio investments in 2012 increased by 2.3 times to $ 1.816 billion, including investments in stocks and shares amounted to $ 1.533 billion (an increase of 2.7 times), Investments in debt securities — $ 282 million (+ 29%).

Other foreign investment in 2012 fell by 21.8% to $ 134.088 billion, including commercial loans amounted to $ 28.049 billion (+ 1%), other loans — $ 97.473 billion (- 30.3%), of which up to 180 days — $ 44.543 billion (- 51.3%) for more than 180 days — $ 52.93 billion (+ 9.3%).

Volume repaid investments made earlier in Russia from abroad in 2012 totaled $ 136.6 billion (- 17.3%).

The volume of accumulated foreign capital in the Russian economy to December 31, 2012 totaled $ 362.4 billion (+ 4.4%). The largest portion of the accumulated foreign capital came in the other investments made on a return basis — 60.1%. The share of direct investments amounted to 37.5%, portfolio investment — 2.4%.

The bulk of foreign investment in 2012 came in manufacturing ($ 49.2 billion) into the financial system ($ 43.4 billion), wholesale and retail trade ($ 25.4 billion), mining ($ 18.2 billion ).

The volume of Russian investments accumulated abroad, to December 31, 2012 was $ 117.8 billion Total Russian investment abroad amounted last year's $ 149.9 billion (- 1.2%). The volume of canceled investments aimed primarily from Russia abroad amounted to $ 145.5 billion (+ 9.4%).

The first place to attract Russian investment in 2012 Switzerland won ($ 50.7 billion), the second — Austria ($ 19.6 billion), the third — Cyprus ($ 16.8 billion).

The leader in lessons Investments in the Russian Federation in 2012, he became Cyprus — $ 76,739,000,000, Netherlands — $ 61.490 billion, Luxembourg — $ 42.774 billion, accounting (as of end of 2012) have respectively 21.2%, 17% and 11.8% of total accumulated investment into the country. The top ten biggest investors include further China (7.7%), the UK (7.4%), Germany (6.9%), Ireland (3.9%), Virgin Islands (3.5%), Japan ( 3%) and France (2.7%).

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