Direct Investment Suffers Less With Crisis And Should Add Up To $ 70 Billion


Despite the sharp drop in investment and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the last two years, an indicator of the Brazilian economy remained surprisingly strong. Direct Investment in the Country  totaled US $ 75 billion in 2015 and accumulated, in the 12 months ended November 2016, US $ 78.8 billion, according to data from the Central Bank. By 2017, 15 financial institutions and consultancies heard by Valor Data estimate, on average, that Direct Investment will add up to US $ 70 billion, financing the current account deficit of the country. More optimistic, the BC predicts a $ 75 billion inflow this year.

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