Numbers of funds in Europe by target country: statistics of Invest Europe

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Numbers of finance investors (private equity and venture capital) by target investment country in Europe.
This file provides statistics (market survey) about the number of firms by geographical focus for investment firms based in Europe.
The list of target geographies is:
Italy, Estonia, Ukraine, Singapore, India, Denmark, All Countries, Lithuania, Latvia, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Middle East & Mexico, Europe, South Korea, Ukraine And The Region, Macedonia, Bosnia And Herzegovina, Liechtenstein, Sweden, Western Europe, Africa, Israel, Slovenia, Emerging Markets, Greece, Bulgaria, Bizkaia, Row, Selected European Countries, Finland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Spain, Moldova, Georgia, China, Azerbaijan, Australia New Zealand, Norway, Czech Republic, Iceland, Opportunistically Outside Europe, Luxembourg, Russia, Austria, Romania, Turkey, North America, Korea, France, United States Of America, Ireland, Serbia, Croatia, Japan, Latin America, And Neighbouring Countries, Americas, Indonesia, Montenegro, Albania, Malta, West Of Ireland, Belarus, Cyprus, Belgium, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Canada, Central And Eastern Europe, Slovakia, All Of Asia, Malaysia
This data can be used to provide a ranking of european investors or identify the most promising industry sector as an investment focus

Number of Data columns : 2 Number of Data rows : 75
Categories : europe, business, statistics, investment, finance, investing, private, equity, venture, capital, funds


Data row number Target Country Number Investors

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