RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Driven by the commodities boom, Brazil ended 2021 as the sixth-largest destination for foreign investment, regaining its position from 2019. Data released Thursday by the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) showed that Brazil received US$50 billion in capital inflows last year, compared with US$28 billion in 2020.
The volume put the national economy above all European countries and moved it from 9th place in the list of preferred destinations for investment in 2020 to 6th.
In 2022, the United Nations warns that investment in the world will decline, and the . . .