Direct Investment, directional principle, direct investment abroad - mio EUR - annually, by countries
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millions of EUR
Alenka Repovž Lah
phone: +386 (1) 4719388
e-mail: [email protected]
Janez Klemenc
phone: +386 (1) 4719312
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Data on direct investments are shown according to the principle of the direction of investment, which means a separate presentation of foreign direct investments in Slovenia and domestic direct investments abroad. The methodological basis of the principle of the investment side is based on the reference definition of direct foreign investment issued by the OECD (BD4). The calculation of foreign direct investments in Slovenia is the sum of equity capital and net debt to foreign owners. Data sign:
- Transactions: both transactions with equity capital and reinvested earnings, as well as transactions with debt instruments, can be positive or negative during the period.
The positive value of equity capital transactions in the period occurs when the sum of equity capital payments and positive reinvested earnings is higher than the sum of equity capital payments (disinvestments), negative reinvested earnings and negative capital.
A positive value of net debt to foreign owners in the period arises when the increase in assets from debt instruments is higher than the increase in liabilities, while the reverse applies in the case of a negative value.
- Stocks: the stocks of direct investments can be positive or negative. A negative stock may mean that the net debt owed to the owner is greater than the owner's equity contribution. However, the equity value itself can be negative (in the case of investments that are valued at book value because they are not listed on the stock exchange).