Foreign direct investments (FDI) in Romania totaled 2.426 billion euros in 2014, decreasing from 2013, when the total volume drawn was 2.713 billion euros, according to the data released by the National Bank of Romania (BNR).
‘Non-residents’ direct investment in Romania (estimates) totaled 2,426 million euros, of which equity (including estimated net loss) amounted to 2,581 million euros and intercompany lending posted net payments of 155 million euros,’ a BNR release points out.
In December 2014, the direct foreign investments totaled 304 million euros. The best months for investments last year were November, with investments worth 531 million euros, April, with 306 million euros, and December, with 304 million euros. On the opposite side, the months with the weakest performances in terms of direct foreign investments were January, with 38 million euros, October, with 80 million euros, and September, with 87 million euros.