Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Ukraine as of July 1, 2011 amounted to USD 47,208.7 billion, 5.5% more than in early year and 16.8% up compared with the like period last year, the State Statistics Service said in a statement Monday, UKRINFORM reported.

According to a report, investment makes USD 1,033 per capita.

Investment came from 127 countries. The TOP10 countries, which account for almost 83% of total direct investment, are: Cyprus - USD 11,619.6 billion, Germany - USD 7,365.5 billion, the Netherlands - USD 4,779.5 billion, the Russian Federation - USD 3,386.1 billion, Austria - USD 2,855.8 billion, France - USD 2,384.8 billion, Great Britain - USD 2,347.6 billion, Sweden - USD 1,758.2 billion, Virgin Islands (UK) - USD 1,524.2 billion and the U.S. - USD 1,087.5 billion.

According to the State Statistics Service, investment in fixed assets in January-June 2011 rose compared with the first half of 2010 by 15.9%. A total of UAH 80.4 billion (USD 1 - UAH 7.97) in capital investment has been used.

The amount of investment in tangible assets made UAH 77.7 billion, of them fixed assets - UAH 65.1 billion, overhaul - UAH 6.9 billion. Investment in intangible assets amounted to UAH 2.7 billion.

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