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6月11日のまにら新聞から

FDI post $586 million net inflows in March, down 13.9% from year ago

[ 311 words|2019.6.11|英字 ]

Foreign direct investments (FDI) posted $586 million net inflows in March , which is lower by 13.9 percent than the $681 million registered in the comparable period last year, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said Monday.

This developed on account of the decline in net equity capital investments, as placements dropped to $126 million from $351 million in March.

Equity capital placements during the month came mostly from Japan, the United States, Singapore, and the Netherlands.

These placements were largely invested in manufacturing, real estate, accommodation and food service, wholesale and retail trade and arts, entertainments and recreation industries.

Meanwhile, non-residents' investments in debt instruments (consisting mainly of loans extended by parent companies abroad to their local affiliates) recorded an increase of 35.8 percent to $399 million from $294 million last year.

Reinvestment of earnings increased by 14.4 percent to $80 million during the period from $70 million a year ago.

On a cumulative basis, net inflows of FDI reached $1.9 billion in the first quarter, a decline of 15.1 percent from the $2.3 billion net inflows in the same period in 2018.

This resulted from the lower net inflows of net equity capital, which amounted to $295 million from $887 million last year.

In particular, equity capital placements declined to $568 million from $996 million, while withdrawals increased to $273 million from $109 million.

Equity capital infusions during the period emanated mainly from Japan, China, the United States, Singapore, and South Korea.

These were channeled largely to financial and insurance, real estate, transportation and storage, manufacturing, and administrative and support service industries.

On the other hand, net investments in debt instruments increased by 18.6 percent to $1.4 billion from $1.2 billion in the same quarter in 2018.

Reinvestment of earnings increased by 11.3 percent to $234 million during the quarter from $211 million in the comparable period last year. DMS