Foreign direct investments up 7.6% in 2022

The stock of foreign direct investments (FDI) in Slovenia amounted to €20.2 billion at the end of 2022, up by 7.6% compared over the year before, shows a report by the Bank of Slovenia.

Austria remained the largest investor and accounted for 22.7% of FDI at the end of last year, with investments primarily in manufacturing, trade, and maintenance and repair of motor vehicles.

Luxembourg follows at 11.6%, with the majority of its investments going into finance and insurance. Switzerland is right behind at 11.3%, the majority of its investments being in manufacturing.

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