According to statistics from Invest in Finland, foreign direct investment to Finland grew 39% in 2013 (from 153 in 2012 to 213 in 2013). Finland’s growth was higher than the average (11% in 2013).
The biggest investing countries were Sweden, United Kingdom, Germany and the US. Industries that benefited the most from these investments were retail, business services, healthcare and ICT. Both the investing countries and industries have remained the same from the previous years.
Read the full article (in Finnish): http://www.talouselama.fi/uutiset/mitas+nyt+kansainvalisten+investointien+maara+suomeen+40/a2240714
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