46.770 million euros was injected by foreign investors in the Spanish economy from January to September 2013. Compared with the last year, when foreign investment bypassed Spain side and was registered leak in 224,300 million euros, it is more than positive data. Official statistics published by the Central Bank of Spain says firmly that Spain's economy is growing and also the confidence among investors from around the world into the Spain’s economy.
For the first nine months of 2013 the investment balance in Spain is positive, then there are currently foreign investments come to Spain and at the same time there is no leakage of capital.
Such optimistic data presented the Central Bank of Spain this week. Spain's economy is showing clear signs of recovery, and that is reflected in the inflow of foreign investment into the country. More and more international companies and private investors prefer to invest their monetary funds in the Spanish economy.
As we reported earlier, during the third quarter of 2013 , Spain formally withdrew from a technical recession and demonstrated growth of 0.1 %.
Only in September 2013 foreign investment in Spain amounted to 9.972,7 million euros.