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144 billion, which is more than the average annual Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Pakistan.
Annual foreign direct investment from the Gulf to India was $1.4 billion in 2016, a five-year growth rate of 41.2 percent, a report from Alpen Capital said last year.
According to UNCTAD, the annual foreign direct investment inflow from the UAE and other Gulf states to India stood at $1.4 billion in 2016, while UAE investments into India exceeded $1 billion in the fiscal 2015-16.
A series of panel discussions conducted by regional and international investment experts will take place at the third edition of the Sharjah FDI Forum, the annual foreign direct investment (FDI) event, to be held next month in Sharjah, UAE.
Sharjah FDI Forum 2017, the annual foreign direct investment (FDI) event held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr.
Summary: The annual foreign direct investment in the oil and gas sector in Kazakhstan amounts to US$ 3 billion.
The world volume of annual foreign direct investment is very high.
"According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, which is part of the Department of Commerce, annual foreign direct investment in the United States peaked in 2000 at $321.3 billion.
This staggering sum is more than the total amount of annual foreign direct investment (FDI) in the region.
Investment in high tech, telecommunications, and tourism helped bring annual foreign direct investment to US$600 million in 2004, up from US$454 million last year--with levels expected to remain the same or higher for the region in 2005 due to greater free trade.
Just 15 years after the beginning of a difficult transition to democracy, Nicaragua has achieved what few thought possible: it now enjoys the second highest level of annual Foreign Direct Investment in Central America, second only to Costa Rica.
China has received average annual foreign direct investment of US$25.8 billion since 1990 and, in 1996 alone, FDI inflows totalled US$42 billion.
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