At the end of 2015, FDI stock amounted to EUR 64,433 million. As far as the structure is concerned, equity of FDI enterprises (including reinvestment of earnings) totaled EUR 45,098 million (70% of the closing FDI stock) at the end of 2015. Also, net credit taken by direct investment enterprises from foreign direct investors and other companies in the group to which the investor belongs to, reached EUR 19,335 million, i.e. 30% of the closing FDI stock.
FDI stock was channeled primarily to manufacturing (31.8 % of total FDI stock), where the largest recipients were: oil processing, chemicals, rubber and plastic products (6.0 %of total FDI stock), transport means (5.9 %), metallurgy (4.1 %), food, beverages and tobacco (3.4 %), machinery and equipment and wood products, including furniture (each holding 2.6 % of FDI stock). Another industrial sector, i.e. electricity, gas and water supply attracted 9.8 percent of FDI stock. Apart from industry, other activities that also benefited from significant FDI were financial intermediation and insurance (13.1 % of FDI stock), trade and construction and real estate transactions (12.2 % each) and professional, scientific, technical and administrative activities and support services (6.3 % of FDI stock).