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Monthly Report No. 5/2022 - FDI in Central, East and Southeast Europe


  • Alexandra Bykova

    (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw)

  • Olga Pindyuk

    (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw)


​This issue of the wiiw Monthly Report replaces our earlier series of the wiiw FDI Report. FDI in Central, East and Southeast Europe Data availability and preliminary results for 2021 by Alexandra Bykova The rebound seen in 2021 in FDI inflows into CESEE was in line with global trends; the figure was 14.1% up on the pre-crisis level of 2019. Latvia emerged in the leading position in per capita terms. Preliminary FDI data for 2021 are available from the most recent update of the wiiw FDI Database. This is the first of two FDI data releases planned for this year. Strong post-COVID FDI rebound likely to be short lived by Olga Pindyuk After a sharp decline in 2020, global FDI inflows picked up markedly in 2021; however, the recovery was very uneven. The FDI inflow dynamics in CESEE show considerable variation between the countries. The number of greenfield projects announced increased in over half of the CESEE countries, but the recovery is likely to be short lived. Monthly and quarterly statistics for Central, East and Southeast Europe

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  • Alexandra Bykova & Olga Pindyuk, 2022. "Monthly Report No. 5/2022 - FDI in Central, East and Southeast Europe," wiiw Monthly Reports 2022-05, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw.
  • Handle: RePEc:wii:mpaper:mr:2022-05

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    FDI inflows; FDI outflows; FDI stocks; FDI by instrument of financing; greenfield FDI; supply chains; near-shoring; re-shoring; business services;
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