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September 14, 2016 - Philippine Foreign Direct Investment Increases
FDI Net Inflows Increase by 94.9 Percent for the First Semester of 2016 By Philippine Central Bank
Foreign direct investment (FDI) posted net inflows of US$4.2 billion for the first semester of 2016, 94.9 percent higher than the US$2.2 billion recorded for the same period a year ago.1, 2 This reflected investors’ confidence in the Philippine economy on the back of sound macroeconomic fundamentals and robust growth. In particular, investments of parent companies abroad in debt instruments issued by local affiliates (or intercompany borrowings) contributed a large part to the increase in FDI as these transactions more than doubled to US$2.4 billion from U$1.1 billion. Similarly, net equity capital grew by 112 percent on account of the combined effects of higher gross equity capital placements (US$1.6 billion from US$884 million) and lower gross equity capital withdrawals (US$166 million from US$203 million). Equity capital placements came mainly from Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the United States, and Taiwan. These were infused largely in financial and insurance; real estate; manufacturing; construction; and accommodation and food service activities. Meanwhile, reinvestment of earnings declined by 0.7 percent.
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