Bosnia draws half bln USD of foreign investment in 2021


SARAJEVO, Aug. 18 (Xinhua) -- Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) drew foreign investment worth a total of 971 million convertible marks (KM) (502 million U.S. dollars) in 2021, said the Central Bank of BiH (CBBH) on Thursday.

The highest inflows of investment were from Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom, said CBBH in its statistical research on foreign direct investment.

By activities, most investments were realized in retail trade with an amount of 172.9 million KM, followed by the production of finished metal products, and base metal production, said the central bank.

Since 1997 when the CBBH was established, the country has attracted 16.28 billion KM of foreign investment, according to the CBBH. (1 KM = 0.518 U.S. dollars)

Article type: free
User access status:
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In World

North Korea fires ballistic missile, marking fourth in a week
U.S.-listed Chinese firms trade flat
Chinese businesses in EU manage to grow despite sentiment drop: report
Oil prices drop as demand worries prevail
U.S. agricultural futures close mixed
U.S. Congress approves stopgap funding bill ahead of gov't shutdown deadline
U.S. dollar slips after inflation data
U.S. stocks close lower
Number of active U.S. drilling rigs up this week
Burkina Faso army captain announces overthrow of military government

Others Also Read