Massive drop in Foreign Direct Investment in Pakistan
The volume of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Pakistan has contracted by 48% in the first five months of the fiscal year as Pakistan the the economic challenges of the country.
As per the latest data shared by the State Bank of Pakistan, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) data of last five months showed that foreign investment volume has almost halved when compared to the same period last year.
During July to November, investors from around the world transferred just $430 million in capital. During the same period last year, foreign investment of $885 million was received. 0 seconds of 0 seconds
The largest foreign investment came from China in 2021. This saw a decline of 24% in the past five months.
A massive decrease of 76% in investment was recorded from the Netherlands, 69% from Hong Kong, 64% from Singapore, 43% from Germany and 23% from Malaysia.