Estadísticas alimentarias y agrícolas

Foreign direct investment flows to agriculture 2013–2022

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) is defined as an investment which aims to acquire a lasting management influence (10 percent or more of voting power) in an enterprise operating in a foreign economy. FDI inflows are the value of inward direct investment made by non-resident investors in the reporting economy. FDI outflows are the value of outward direct investment made by the residents of the reporting economy to external economies. FDI creates stable and long-lasting links between economies.

The latest FAOSTAT update includes data on foreign direct investment flows to agriculture for the period 2013-2022. According to the latest data, during the past ten years, from 2013 to 2022, total FDI inflows decreased marginally from USD 1.36 trillion to USD 1.35 trillion and total FDI outflows increased by 7.2 percent from USD 1.40 trillion to USD 1.50 trillion


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