The outflow of foreign direct investment in Kyrgyzstan compared to 2021 decreased by 3.2% and amounted to USD 755.3 million, according to data of the National Statistics Committee. The main outflow of foreign direct investment (about 92%) was observed from enterprises in the field of mining, manufacturing, financial intermediation and insurance, as well as geological exploration. The outflow of foreign direct investment to countries outside the CIS increased by 10.6% compared to 2021, mainly due to their increase to Japan by 207.7 times, the United Arab Emirates – by 10.0 times and Turkiye – by 3. 7 times. The largest share in the total outflow of foreign direct investment falls on China (38.3%), Turkiye (35.4%) and Canada (11.6%). The outflow of foreign direct investment to the CIS countries decreased by 3.7 times, due to its reduction in Russia (by 6.2 times) and Kazakhstan (by 1.7 times).
Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency