Inflow of Direct Foreign Investments Smaller Every Year
Ljubljana, 12 December - ECONOMIC/MIRROR/INVESTMENTS
The Office for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development is worried over scarce inflow of direct foreign investments in 1999 from the point of view of the integration of the Slovene economy in international currents. After direct foreign investments amounted to US$ 320 million in 1997, they dropped to US$ 165 million in 1998. This year the inflow is expected not to exceed US$ 100 million.
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