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The Coordinated Direct Investment Survey by the IMF shows US as the main source of FDI inflows and India the number one destination of direct investment outflows.

The Coordinated Direct Investment Survey by the IMF shows US as the main source of FDI inflows and India the number one destination of direct investment outflows.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Coordinated Direct Investment Survey (CDIS)  on 9 December 2015  indicates stock of direct investment liabilities of Mauritius stood at USD297.2 billion as at end-December 2014, up from USD265.9 billion compared to 2013. The United States ranked first as the main source of FDI inflows with outstanding claims of USD46.6 billion and India remained the number one destination of direct investment outflows with the stock of direct investment assets amounting to USD108.3 billion representing a share of 47.1% of the total direct investment outflows.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released preliminary results of its 2014 Coordinated Direct Investment Survey on 9 December 2015.

The Coordinated Direct Investment Survey (CDIS1) is a worldwide statistical data collection effort led by the IMF, designed to improve the availability and quality of data on direct investment, both overall and by immediate counterpart economy.

The first CDIS was undertaken for the year-end 2009 and Mauritius was among the 84 countries which participated.

The stock of direct investment liabilities of Mauritius stood at USD297.2 billion as at end-December 2014, up from USD265.9 billion as at end-December 2013.

United States ranked first as the main source of FDI inflows with outstanding claims of USD46.6 billion as at end-December 2014, followed by Cayman Islands with USD34.8 billion.

The stock of direct investment assets of Mauritius amounted to USD229.9 billion as at end-December 2014, down from USD232.9 billion as at end-December 2013.

India remained the number one destination of direct investment outflows with the stock of direct investment assets amounting to USD108.3 billion as at end December 2014, representing a share of 47.1% of the total direct investment outflows compared to 46.9% in 2013.

The top ten counterpart economies for  Inward Direct Investment Stock includes the United States followed by Cayman Islands, India United Kingdom , Hong Kong South Africa, Singapore ,Malaysia, Kenya, and Virgins Islands, British.

The united Stated accounted for 15.7% of FDI inflows while from the Black continent which includes South Africa and Kenya, Mauritius attracts US$15.7 M of FDI inflows accounting for 5.3% of the island total FDI inflows.

Finally, for the  top ten counterpart economies for  Outward Direct Investment Stock, India topped the list followed by Singapore, Mainland, United States, South Africa, United Kingdom, United Arabs Emirates, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Luxembourg.

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