Companies in Central and Eastern Europe received 3.5 billion euros in investment last year

Date: 2018. 08. 29. 11:05

Companies in Central and Eastern Europe (KKE) received a record 3.5 billion euros worth of investments in 2017, which is a 113 percent increase, compared to the previous year and a 40 percent increase compared to the previous peak in 2008 – the European Venture Capital Association, Invest Europe’s latest annual report on Central and Eastern Europe in 2017 revealed.

According to a summary of the report sent by the Hungarian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (HVCA) to MTI on Tuesday, 71 percent of all investments came to Polish companies, besides the Romanian, Hungarian and Latvian companies were the most popular. (MTI)