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Overview of foreign direct investment in Latin America and the Caribbean

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Latin America and the Caribbean remained stable in 2013. Total inflows reached US$ 188.101 billion, an increase of 6% in nominal terms compared with the previous year. Conditions remained conducive to FDI in the region, and transnational corporations made slightly higher profits than in 2012. FDI outflows were much more volatile and, after a large increase in 2012, they dropped by 30% to US$ 32.617 billion in 2013.

Related Subject(s): International Trade and Finance
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