Brazil's manufacturing sector received US$74 billion in foreign investment between January and October, almost 59% more than in the same interval in 2021.
It is the highest amount for the first ten months of the year since 2014 (US$74.7 billion), according to the Direct Investment in the Country (FDI) data published on Friday (Nov. 25) by the Central Bank (BC).
The amount invested by foreigners in the accumulated amount of the last 12 months is slightly lower, at US$73.8 billion, equivalent to 4.05% of the Brazilian Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The rate exceeds . . .