FDI drops by 45pc in July

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) coming into the country during the month of July 2018 has fallen down to $188 million, down 45 per cent from last month as foreign investors had brought in $341.7 million worth of foreign direct investments during June.

Compared to the corresponding month of last year, i.e. July 2017, FDI fell by 61.3 per cent as last year in July, the country saw FDI inflows worth $284.6 million.

FDI leaving the country, on the other hand, grew by 20 per cent from last month as outflows were recorded at $60.2 million in July 2018, compared to outflows of $50.2 million in June.

Compared to July last year, outflows increased by $9.3 million, or 18.4 per cent.

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  1. I have noticed that Profit takes news from other sources without mentioning them, literary copy pasting articles from Tribune and other sources.
    This article is the originally work a different website and blatantly copy pasted here. Its not a APP story which could be the same across the board. In fact, many original articles from that website end up copy pasted here.
    Articles posted in Profit by “Online”, “Monitoring” and “Staff’ and almost always stolen from some other site.

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