By Kuala Lumpur Newsroom
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 27) -- Malaysia's net foreign direct investment inflow rose 19.8% on year in 2016, totalling 47.2 billion ringgit ($11.13 billion), the department of statistics said Friday.
Net foreign direct investment inflows amounted to 39.4 billion ringgit in 2015.
Asia was the main source of FDI flows accounting for 74.6%, followed by Europe at 14.1%. Hong Kong, Singapore and China were the three top countries from Asia, the department said.
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