Domestic direct investment in Brazil has had best February since 1995

Brazil's foreign trade balance and direct investment in February shine in the multi-year comparison.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian entrepreneurs believe in the future of their country as never before in this century.

Domestic direct investment (DDI) recorded its best performance in 27 years in February. Net inflows into the country totaled US$11.8 billion, the highest for the month in the historical series that began in 1995. The figures are from the central bank.

Inflows were up 34.1% from the same period last year when they totaled US$8.8 billion. It was also the highest monthly value since January 2017.

The value of February's DDI was enough to offset . . .

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