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Post by claud39 on Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:03 am

 UN: Iraq among the world's least attractive investment


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Economy News _ Baghdad

The foreign direct investment report issued by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) revealed that the Arab region attracted investments of $ 30.8 billion in 2018. 

Globally, foreign investments fell by 13 percent in 2018 to $ 1.3 trillion from 2017, The United States attracted more than $ 252 billion in foreign investment, followed by China and Hong Kong at $ 139 billion and $ 116 billion. 

Japan was the most heavily indebted country for foreign investment, investing about $ 143 billion worldwide, followed by China with $ 130 billion. 

The UAE and Saudi Arabia were among the most active countries in the world. Saudi Arabia invested about $ 21 billion and UAE investments reached $ 15 billion in 2018.

In terms of attracting Arab investments, the figures show that the UAE and Egypt were the most attractive for investments, while Qatar and Iraq were least attractive to foreign investments. 
Arab countries 
: $ 10.4 billion 
Egypt: $ 6.8 billion 
Oman: $ 4.2 billion 
Morocco: $ 3.6 billion 
Saudi Arabia: $ 3.2 billion 
Lebanon: $ 2.9 billion 
Bahrain: $ 1.51 billion 
Algeria: $ 1.5 billion 
Sudan: $ 1.13 billion 
Tunisia: $ 1 billion 
Jordan: $ 950 million 
Kuwait: $ 346 million 
Djibouti: $ 265 million 
Mauritania: $ 71 million

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