Foreign direct investments expected to attain bln. 7.8 euros in 2008

Foreign direct investments expect to attain. 7.8 billion euros in 2008, and to drop up to 7.4 million euros, in 2009, reads a Macroeconomic Summary by BCR Research Department.
An analysis of the investments structure, including activities of the national economy shows a rise in the weight of the investments in agriculture, namely from 1.6% in the first half of 2007 to 4.8% in the H1 of 2008, and in the industry, namely from 35.4% during the first 6 months of 2007 up to 36.3% during the same period in 2008.
In parallel, a decrease in the weight of the investments in the trade and the services occurred, in the total investments in the Romanian economy, which shows that the field reached a certain level of maturity, after the high growth rates scored in the latest years.
Altering the investments structure can make the industry and the agriculture contribute much more considerably to the GDP and reduce the gap between the demand and the aggregated supply, in the future. The industry’s contribution to the economic growth has been constantly less than expected, while the insufficient supply has made the trade deficit wider.
BCR experts think that although the investments in the agriculture are not additionally detailed at the moment, their spectacular rise could be attributed to the foreign investors attracted by the traditional potential of the Romanian agriculture in the context of the soaring prices for the farming products worldwide.

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