Hungary Investment Volume Climbs Over 15% In Q2

  • 31 Aug 2018 9:04 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Hungary Investment Volume Climbs Over 15% In Q2
Investment volume in Hungary climbed by an annual 15.3% in the second quarter, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.

Construction related investments rose by 15.3% and investments in machinery climbed 15.9%.

Manufacturing sector investments were up by 3.2% and real estate investments rose by 7.9%. Investments in the logistics sector jumped by 21.9%.

In absolute terms, investments came to 1,852 billion forints (EUR 5.71bn), at current prices, in Q2.

Manufacturing sector investments reached 462 billion forints, real estate investments rose to 288 billion forints and logistics investments stood at 302 billion forints, according to KSH.

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