“Slovenia saw an increase in inward and outward foreign direct investment (FDI) in January. Inward FDI rose by EUR 98m in January, its stock having been estimated at EUR 13.368bn ($16.3686 bn) at the end of December by the central bank.
In its latest monthly bulletin, Banka Slovenije reports that inward FDI rose by EUR 630m ($771.387m) in the 12 months to the end of January.
The bulk of the increase was in the form of equity and reinvested profit (EUR 343m ($419.991m) and EUR 495m ($606.109m)), while net debt to foreign owners decreased by EUR 208m ($254.691m).
Outward FDI increased by EUR 26m in January, while declining by EUR 13m ($15.918) in the past 12 months. As of the end of 2017, outward FDI stock was estimated at EUR 5.764bn ($7.0578bn).” (Slovenia Times)