RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Foreign investment (FDI) in Brazil totaled US$4.6 billion in November, up 68% from the previous month. The Central Bank released these figures on Wednesday (22nd).
This volume was higher than the Central Bank's forecast for the month, which was US$3.9 billion.
In October, there was a net inflow of US$2.5 billion, or R$26.389 billion. In November, the volume was US$2.3 billion.
In 12 months, direct investment inflows amounted to US$51.5 billion, equivalent to 3.17% of GDP (gross domestic product).
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