FDI will grow in Brazil and Argentina, but fall in Colombia and Mexico, a new survey predicts.
BY CHRONICLE STAFF
Brazil, Latin Americas top economy, is set to see a whopping $1 billion increase in foreign direct investments this year compared with 2006, according to Bear Stearns. The South American country will go from an estimated $18.0 billion in FDI last year to $19.0 billion this year. Next year it should see another $20.0 billion, Bear Stearns forecasts.
All in all, total FDI in the top five economies of Latin America should reach...