Brazil is still in the top 10 of global CEOs investment preference rankings -survey

Last year, Brazil was in eighth place but was overtaken by Canada and Australia by 2022, according to PwC. However, this alleged decline is in stark contrast to what is actually happening in the country. In 2021, the investment ratio in Brazil reached its highest level since 2015.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - If in 2013 the country occupied the third position among the largest strategic markets for global CEOs, it has now dropped to tenth position this year, with only 5% of respondents placing it as one of their most potential markets.

Last year Brazil was in the eighth position but had been overtaken by Canada and Australia by 2022.

This is what the consultancy PwC points out in its annual survey with CEOs of large companies all over the planet. In the top positions of the survey are the United States (cited by 41%) of respondents), China . . .

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