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2021-08-17 2 ENGLISH REPORTS
In 2019, about 18% of French imports came from the Indo‑Pacific region (around 8.7% excluding China) and about 14% of French exports went to that region (10% excluding China). Trade with the Indo‑Pacific represents more than a third of French trade in goods outside of the EU, and is dynamic. It has grown by 49% in 10 years (compared to 27% on average on a global basis)3. France’s direct investments4 in the Indo‑Pacific represented about 8% of its global investments in 2019 (6% excluding China), amounting to €113 billion.
The amount was multiplied by 1.7 between 2010 and 2019, compared to 1.5 globally, excluding the EU. In terms of development in the Indo‑Pacific, excluding China, French direct foreign investment stock (€19 billion) grew more rapidly (x 2.3) over the same period. In 2019, the Indo‑Pacific region represented 3.8% of investment stocks in France. It increased 1.7 times in 9 years. In tourism, France welcomed 7.5 million visitors from countries in Asia and Oceania in 20185, one of the highest increases in tourism (+7.4% compared to 2017) buoyed by India (+16%) and Japan (+11%).
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