A long-term equity capital that went into the Philippines from overseas was dragged for it; month month only in November 2018 – removal of the reported recorded deposit levels earlier in the year, which showed data from the bank center.
According to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, direct foreign immigrants retained a total of $ 531 million in November 2018. This was 45.9 per cent lower than the net network of $ 982 million posted in the -Samhain 2017.
"The reduction was largely due to the introduction of net deposits in debt tools (including loans / interconnection loans between direct foreign investors and their subsidiary companies / associations in the Philippines), which came to $ 333 million from $ 724 million in the same month of 2017, "said the main bank.
Net equities of equity capital recorded $ 137 million, which were 31.9 per cent lower than net equity capital immigrants $ 202 million in November 2017. Capital space balances throughout the month were largely paid from Taiwan, the United States, Thailand, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
As a result of these developments, direct investments related to net income migrants registered $ 9.1 billion in January 2018, 3.2 per cent lower than the $ 9.4 billion recorded in the same period in 2017.
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