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Foreign Investment Index

Who are Latin America’s foreign investment champions?   By David Ramirez While worldwide Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) fell 7 percent in 2014 on account of the cooling of the global economy, inflows to Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) contracted at a faster pace. Indeed, the region captured $158 billion in FDI last year, 16 percent less than in 2013–the first decline since 2009, according to Latin Trade Group calculations.  Brazil continued to account for the bulk of inflows to the region, with a 40 percent share. The slowdown of the economy and confidence problems had a relatively minor impact […]
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