Foreign direct investment in Turkey increased by 50.1% to reach $ 4 billion and $ 108 million in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year.
According to data from the Central Bank of Turkey, the proportion of foreign direct investment in Turkey increased by 50.1% to reach 4 billion and 108 million dollars in the first half of this year compared with the same period last year, where foreign direct investment amounted to two billion and 736 million dollars in half First of last year.
In the same period, Turkish direct investments abroad amounted to $ 645 million.
The most direct investment in Turkey in the first half of this year was from Spain (24.3%), Netherlands (20%), Qatar (13.2%), Azerbaijan (7.5%) and Belgium (5.2%) respectively.
In terms of continents, most foreign direct investment to Turkey came from Europe by 68% in the first half of this year.
After Asia came Europe, with European investments in Turkey amounting to $ 2 billion and $ 785 million, while Asian investments in Turkey amounted to $ 143.1 million.
US investments in Turkey reached $ 131 million, while African investments in Turkey reached $ 24 million.