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Montenegro saw a significant decrease in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2023, with net inflows dropping 45.23% to €428.67 million, according to the Central Bank of Montenegro (CBCG). 

Total FDI, including outflows, fell 25.59% to €856.99 million, affected by reduced investments in intercompany debt and stakes in companies and banks. However, the real estate sector experienced a growth of 3.33%, reaching €463.18 million, despite overall declines. 

The main sources of FDI were Serbia, Russia, Turkey, Germany, and Switzerland, with notable contributions from the United States and the United Arab Emirates. 

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