Figure 3: Figure 3: Inward FDI stock in SEE-6 and NMS-10 as a share of GDP (in %)
Figure 4. FDI inward stock as a share of GDP, 2005-2012 (in %)
Figure 5: Figure 5: FDI inflows as a share of Gross Fixed Capital Formation (in %)
Figure 6. FDI inflows as a share of gross fixed capital formation, 2007-2012 (in %)
Figure 7: Gross fixed capital formation, 2000-2012, in % of GDP
Figure 8: Inward FDI stock by economic activity, SEE, 2010 Inward FDI stock in services (banking, telecommunications, real estate and retail trade) in Serbia and Croatia was over 75%, while in BiH and Macedonia around 60%; FDI stock in manufacturing sector in BiH was 31%, in Macedonia 31%.
Figure 9: World Bank Worldwide Governance Indicators*, 2012
TABLE 1: World Bank Worldwide Governance Indicators*, 2012 Voice and Accountability Political Stability Government Effectiveness Regulatory quality Rule of law Control of corruption Albania0.01-0.16-0.280.17-0.57-0.72 BiH-0.14-0.54-0.47-0.06-0.23-0.3 Croatia0.480.560.70.440.21-0.04 Macedonia0-0.44-0.070.35-0.240.02 Montenegro0.230.560.130.01-0.01-0.1 Serbia0.17-0.22-0.11-0.08-0.39-0.31 SEE-60.13-0.04-0.020.14-0.2-0.24 NMS-100.810.690.650.920.640.29
Figure 10: World Bank Ease of Doing Business Rankings, 2009-2013
Figure 11: World Bank Doing Business Rankings per dimension, 2013
Due to a decreasing access to foreign loans, FDI will be even more important potential source of capital Attractiveness of SEE-6 for FDI depend on the speed and scope of their: (i) transition process and (ii) EU accession process The largest gap in all the countries of the region is the rule of law, In terms of the quality of regulatory environment, the most considerable lags are in dealing with construction permits, enforcing contracts and registering property, which are linked to regulatory quality and rule of law. Progress in narrowing down these gaps would mean a step forward in the transition process as well as in their EU accession process.