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Investment not getting any weaker

02 November 2017

CEE REGION Last year’s EUR 12.2 bln investment in six CEE countries including Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary, is likely to be matched this year or beaten, according to Colliers International.

In the first nine months of the year deals totalling EUR 7.6 bln have been closed, up 12 pct y-o-y, and this is also coupled with a large pipeline of deals yet to be finalised. The largest increases were recorded in Bulgaria (158 pct) and the Czech Republic (71 pct). The Czech Republic remains the largest recipient so far this year, still ahead of its larger neighbour Poland. “Several of the newer sources of capital we have identified featured strongly in Q3 2017. A combined 29 pct of investment came from domestic sources within the CEE-6 countries or CEE cross-border flows: Czech and Hungarian money is prominent. South African funds made a comeback in the quarter, comprising 25% of the invested funds,” said Mark Robinson, CEE research specialist for Colliers.

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