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FDI climbs by 155% in first two months of fiscal year

Karachi (September 18, 2017): Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) climbed by 155% in the first two months of the fiscal year, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) said in a statement on Monday.

During this period, FDI jumped to $457 million compared to $179 million. Net foreign investment rose by 37% to $301 million and the foreign outflow form the stock market amounts to nearly $150 million.

According to the State Bank, investment from China was $258 million, US $202 million and $110 million from Malaysia.

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