Among the areas that received the bulk of foreign direct investment (over 95%) are financial intermediation and insurance, as well as enterprises of mining, manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, information, and communications.
The volume of foreign direct investment inflows from non-CIS countries increased by 8.4%, mainly due to their growth from the Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Japan, the UAE, Germany, and Turkey. Turkey (30.7%) and China (26.3%) have the largest shares in the total volume of incoming foreign direct investment.
The volume of foreign direct investment inflows from the CIS countries decreased by 12% compared to 2021, mainly due to their reduction from Kazakhstan and Russia.
Financial intermediation and insurance are also mentioned among the areas that accounted for the main outflow of foreign direct investment (about 92%) - enterprises of mining, manufacturing, and geological exploration.
The outflow of foreign direct investment to non-CIS countries increased by 10.6%, mainly to Japan, the UAE and Turkey. China (38.3%), Turkey (35.4%) and Canada (11.6%) account for the largest share in the total outflow of foreign direct investment.
The outflow of foreign direct investment to the CIS countries, on the contrary, decreased by 3.7 times, due to its reduction to Russia and Kazakhstan.