As a result of a growing interest in North 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:
Amphenol (USA), Anthura (Netherlands), Adient Automotive (USA), Aptiv (USA), Arc Automotive (China), Accomplast (Germany), Apple Land (Dubai), Coficab (Tunis), Condevo (Italy), Duferco (Switzerland), Deutsche Telecom (Germany), Dräxlmaier Group (Germany), Delphi (USA), Endava (UK), EVN (Austria), Gentherm (USA), Ges (Germany), Grishko (Russia), Hellenic Bottling Company S.A. (Greece), Johnson Matthey (UK), Johnson Controls (USA), KEMET Corporation (USA), Key Safety System (USA), KPME (Ukraine), Kromberg & Schubert (Germany), Lear Corporation (USA), Marquardt (Germany), Mensan Otomotiv (Turkey), Mittal Steel (Netherlands), Mediterr Shock Absorbers (Italy), Mobilkom Austria (Austria), ODW-Elektrik (Germany), Prodis (Russia), QBE Insurance Group Limited (United Kingdom), Societe Generale (France), Technical Textiles (Germany), The National Bank of Greece (Greece), Van Hool (Belgium), Vitek (Italy), VPTEX (Netherlands), WIK (Germany), Ҫaǧatay Kablo (Turkey).
FDI BY YEAR (million €)
Source: National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia