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Foreign direct investments in Brazil rise 57% through July and are the highest since 2012

In 2022, Foreign Direct investments (FDI) to Brazil showed the highest balance of resources since 2012.

Net inflows of USD 52.6 billion were recorded from January to July - a 57% increase compared to the same period in 2021.

The central bank (BC) released the results on Monday (26). Here is the full report.

Unlike the investments of foreign funds on the B3 (São Paulo Stock Exchange), direct investments in the country are focused on long-term profits.

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