Foreign Direct Investment in the Second Quarter of 2011
Based on provisional data, the FDI flow in Lithuania in Q2 2011 amounted to LTL 1.2 billion (4.3 per cent of GDP). Compared to Q1 2011, the FDI inflow in Lithuania increased by LTL 202.8 million, or 21.1 per cent, while against Q2 2010 (at that time, the FDI outflow was recorded) – by LTL 1.5 billion. An increase in the FDI inflow in Lithuania was determined by an increase in the flow from other capital and a decrease in the negative flow from reinvestment.
For more details on the statistics of foreign direct investment in Q2 2011 please see the statistical release (38.8 KB download icon).
For the breakdown of detailed foreign direct foreign investment data by countries and types of economic activity see Statistics on the Bank's website.