As a result of a growing interest in Macedonia’s investment potential, a number of international companies have started operations in the country, both as green-field projects and through different types of asset acquisition and privatization.

Some of the significant foreign investors include Johnson Matthey (UK), Mobilkom Austria (Austria), EVN (Austria), Deutsche Telecom (Germany), Kromberg & Schubert (Germany), Dräxlmaier Group (Germany), Van Hool (Belgium), Societe Generale (France), Johnson Controls (USA), KEMET Corporation (USA), the National Bank of Greece (Greece), Hellenic Bottling Company S.A. (Greece), QBE Insurance Group Limited (United Kingdom), Mittal Steel (Netherlands), Duferco (Switzerland), and Titan Group (Greece), Marquardt (Germany), Coficab (Tunis), Mensan Otomotiv (Turkey), Endava (UK), Apple Land (Dubai), Anthura (Netherlands), ODW-Elektrik (Germany), Key Safety System (USA), Amphenol (USA), KPME (Ukraine), Vitek (Italy), Prodis (Russia), Grishko (Russia), VPTEX (Netherlands), Accomplast ( Germany), Technical Textiles ( Germany), Delphi ( USA), Arc Automotive ( China), Gentherm ( USA), Adient Automotive ( USA), Lear Corporation ( uSA), Van Hool ( Belgium).

 

Growing FDI 

Source: National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia