IIF, with headquarters in Washington, is the biggest lobby group of the bank industry worldwide.

The organisation has reduced its estimations regarding the foreign capital flux towards the emerging markets to 1,110 billion dollars for the next year, the lowest level since 2009. For this year, foreign investments on the emerging markets are estimated at 1,150 billion dollars, with 3% decrease compared to 2012 level, according to the report of IIF.

The countries with the highest vulnerability rank to the diminution of the investments in the emerging markets are Turkey, Romania, Poland and Morocco, due to their high level of dependence on the foreign financing, the report shows, cited by Bloomberg. (source: businessmagazin.ro)