DATA TO THE GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC POLICY ANALYSIS
Podgorica – According to the analysis of economic policy for the first quarter of investment activity during this period maintained a growing trend of inflows of foreign direct investment, which indicates that the trend keeps interest of potential investors to invest in Montenegro. In January 2010. The total income amounted to 27.6 million, which is 1.7 percent more than the same month of the 2009th year.
– Efforts are made towards the stabilization of general economic conditions and improving liquidity, with measures in the project of reducing business barriers, which are in the field of investment aimed at the simplification of certain administrative procedures for obtaining permits and licenses, particularly at the local level should contribute to the implementation of new investment projects – the report said.
The trend of changes in the structure of the inflow of foreign direct investment still continues so that, as explained in the document, a growing share of investment in domestic companies and banks.
– Achieved the amount of 7.5 million euros for four per cent higher, while the realized income from sale of real estate amounted to 9.2 million euros which is 20 percent less than in January 2009. year. In the form of debt carried interkompanijskog 9.3 million or 10.1 percent more than the comparable annual period. Inflow of funds on the basis of reduction of capital in foreign banks and companies and real estate sales totaled 1.6 million euros. The total outflow of foreign direct investment in January 2010. amounted to 3.6 million which is 17.5 percent more than in January 2009. year. Of the total amount of foreign direct investment outflow of 1.3 million related to the reduction commitments of local companies on the basis of loans taken by parent companies, while the outflow in the real estate was 1.2 million. Investments residents of Montenegro in January 2010. in banks and companies abroad amounted to 1.1 million euros, while the outflow by the withdrawal of the share of foreign capital in local banks and companies amounted to 12 thousand euros – according to the Government’s Economic Policy Analysis.