Bulgaria Expects FDI To Reach 1.2 Bln Euro In 2014

Bulgaria Expects FDI To Reach 1.2 Bln Euro In 2014

Invest Bulgaria Agency expects in 2014 foreign direct investments (FDI) in Bulgaria to reach 1.2 billion euro, local media reported on Monday.
In the January-April period the country attracted investments of 106.6 million euro, the agency's executive director Svetoslav Mladenov said at a press conference, quoted by the state-run news agency BTA.
In 2013 Bulgaria posted foreign direct investments of 1.09 billion euro.
In 2013 Bulgaria approved 15 investment projects at a total value of 100 million leva while in the first half of 2014 the country approved investment projects of 94 million levs, Mladenov added. Another 15 projects at a total value of 567 million euro are awaiting.

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