UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) in its recent report said that Iran’s foreign investment in the last one years has been $3.05 billion, showing a 35-pct recession compared to the previous year, Tasnim news agency reports.
There report maintains that the global rate of direct foreign investment has rose by 9 percents in 2012, amounting to $1.33 trillion. UNCTAD maintains that he number reached $1.45 in 2013.
The developed countries share of the number is 39 percent, that is $566 billion.
The developing countries outdid developed ones in 2012 for the first time, which they preserved in 2013, attracting about $200 billion foreign investment more than the developed countries.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development’s report says that Iran has experienced a 35-percent decrease in attracting foreign investment in 2013, declining from $4.662 billion in 2012 to $3.05.
The country’s total foreign investment attracted since 1994 has been $40.941.