650 Million BAM of Foreign Investments in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Foreign direct investments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the first six months of 2019, amounted to 650.1 million BAM, of which 252.8 million BAM in the first quarter and the rest in the second quarter of 2019.

There is an increased inflow compared to the same period last year, when 423.3 million BAM was recorded.

In terms of components, the majority of investments were realized in the form of equity shares which amounted to 304.8 million BAM, while retained earnings amounted to 293.3 million BAM.

The largest investments in the first six months came from Russia, 265.1 million BAM, followed by Croatia, 114.2 million BAM and the Netherlands, 83.1 million BAM.

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