FDI rise 17% into developing countries in 2010

FDI rise 17% into developing countries in 2010The FDI flows in to developing nations like India, is anticipated to recover over the next several years and is forecasted to raise by 17 percent in 2010, a World Bank statement said.

The statement World-Investment and Political Risk that was released by the World Banks MIGA said the net foreign direct investment inflows in to the developing nations is projected to hit USD 416 billion in 2010, high from its 2009 level of USD 354 bn.

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