Definition: Foreign direct investment stocks

Foreign direct investment

Foreign direct investment stocks, also referred to as FDI positions, are a measure, at a specific point in time, of the value and composition of a country’s FDI assets (outward stocks, or claims on the rest of the world) and of its FDI liabilities (inward stocks from the
rest of the world).
Source:
Eurostat, "European Union foreign direct investment yearbook 2007 - Data 2001 - 2005", Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 2007
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