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Foreign investment in Russia from January to June of this year fell 13.5% year on year to $16.5 billion
Cumulative foreign investment aggregated $90.8 billion, up 34.7% from the same period last year. The figures do not include results reported by monetary and credit regulating authorities (The Central Bank), commercial and saving banks or the amount of dollar-converted investments in rubles. According to Rosstat figures, reimbursable investments, including international financial organizations' loans and trade credits amount to 52.1% of cumulative foreign investments in Russia in 2005, down from 57.2% last year. The share of direct foreign investments grew to 46.1% from 40.7%, and portfolio investments' share fell to 1.8% from 2.1% year on year. Cyprus, Luxemburg, The Netherlands, Germany, Britain and the United States are major investors in Russia, make up 81.9% of the country's total cumulative foreign investment and 80.1% of total direct foreign investment in 2005.
Print Foreign investment in Russia from January to June of this year fell 13.5% year on year to $16.5 billion Bookmark Foreign investment in Russia from January to June of this year fell 13.5% year on year to $16.5 billion

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