Russia entered the top 10 attractive European investors. In 2019, foreigners invested in 191 projects in the country. This indicator allowed Russia to maintain the 9th place in the list of 20 countries most attractive for investment, VM.RU reported.
Moscow accounts for half of the foreign direct investment in Russia. According to the Bank of Russia, the volume of accumulated foreign direct investment in Moscow as of January 1, 2020, amounted to $260.2 billion. It is specified that the largest investments in the city’s economy came from investors from Germany, France, Finland, Italy, Austria, and the United States.
Currently, many foreign enterprises have already localized their production in Moscow. Among them are the factory of the French group Renault, the factory of the German concern KSB, the French group of companies Orpea Group, and the Swiss company Bartholet Maschinenbau AG.