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Global foreign direct investment flows grew 25 percent to $1.7 trillion last year, the highest level since the beginning of the global financial crisis in 2007, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. For Latin America and the Caribbean, foreign investment inflows reached $171.84 billion in 2015, down almost 12 percent from the $195 billion in 2014, the newest Latin Trade FDI-GDP ranking shows. The drop was caused mainly by a drop in investments in mining and oil, as a result of a global commodity price rout, alongside a slowdown in the Chinese economy and sluggish growth in […]
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