By Michelly Teixeira
International investment from Latin America reached record levels in 2022, some US$73.449 billion, 75% higher than a year earlier.
Brazil, Mexico, and Chile have accounted for nearly 80% of the region's foreign direct investment (FDI) since the pandemic began, a percentage maintained last year.
The conclusions are drawn from the Global LATAM 2022 report, developed by ICEX-Invest in Spain in collaboration with the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB).
This behavior of investment abroad, which contrasted with the fierce and uncertain period worldwide, is explained above all by the reinvestment of dividends, according to . . .
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