Slovenia Ranks Last among CEE Countries in Terms of FDI
Ljubljana, 4 October - Foreign direct investment (FDI) surged by 25 times between 1950 and 1999, while 16-fold growth was recorded in global trade and a six fold growth in world industrial output. FDI is getting more important than exports, but Slovenia is still considered a country unfriendly to foreign investors and ranks last among the Central and East European countries in terms of FDI, Marjan Svetlicic of the International Relations Centre of the Faculty of Social Sciences said on Wednesday while presenting a report by the UN Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
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