UK foreign direct investment (FDI) position in Africa 2004-2017

Foreign direct investment (FDI) position of the United Kingdom (UK) in Africa from 2004 to 2017 (in billion GBP)

by Daniel Clark, last edited Dec 6, 2018
UK foreign direct investment (FDI) position in Africa 2004-2017 This statistic shows the United Kingdom (UK) foreign direct investment (FDI) position in Africa from 2004 to 2017. FDI in Africa peaked in 2016 at 45.1 billion British pounds (GBP), an increase of 27.75 billion British pounds with respect to 2004.
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Foreign direct investment (FDI) position of the United Kingdom (UK) in Africa from 2004 to 2017 (in billion GBP)

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Foreign direct investment in billion GBP
201734.2
201645.1
201538.86
201442.72
201336.42
201242.4
201135.04
201033.6
200936.61
200819.83
200720.62
200615.11
200520.83
200417.35
Foreign direct investment in billion GBP
201734.2
201645.1
201538.86
201442.72
201336.42
201242.4
201135.04
201033.6
200936.61
200819.83
200720.62
200615.11
200520.83
200417.35
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by Daniel Clark, last edited Dec 6, 2018
This statistic shows the United Kingdom (UK) foreign direct investment (FDI) position in Africa from 2004 to 2017. FDI in Africa peaked in 2016 at 45.1 billion British pounds (GBP), an increase of 27.75 billion British pounds with respect to 2004.
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