Despite the pessimism that seems to overfly the Brazilian economy, the foreign direct investment (FDI) in Brazil were kept during 2013 over previous years. In this way Brazil remains in the list of top ten countries with the highest flow of FDI in the world.
For the director of the Brazilian Society for the Study of Transnational Corporations and Economic Globalization (Sobeet), Luis Alfonso Lima, the country will close the 2014 with 63,500 million in FDI.
Since 2011, Brazil maintains a net volume of more than 60,000 million of FDI.
FDI is characterized by foreign investments aimed at the creation, merger or purchase of domestic production units, as well as internal transactions between the companies’ headquarters and their foreign branch offices.
Despite these good perspectives, Brazil will continue with the same line to reinforce the confidence of investing in 2014, to attract foreign investment.