Santiago de Chile and Sao Paulo, are the most attractive Latin American cities to invest, according to a study named Index of Attraction of Urban Investments (Inai, for its Spanish Acronym) that analyzed 48 cities in the region, which was revealed last Wednesday in Bogota and in which is included Quito and Guayaquil.
The research was developed by the Center of Thinking for Competitive Strategies (Cepec, for its Spanish acronym) of the Rosario University in Bogota, and the consulting firm IdN, business intelligence of Chile, was responsible for making an analysis at national level and in each city.
Santiago won first place, with 99,55 points, by the excellent environment that provides the country, while Sao Paulo, earned 92,02 points, thanks to its size and the fact of being the greatest stock market of Latin America.
Mexico City (83,78), occupied the third place, Lima, the fourth (81,84) and Bogota (79,15) the fifth, followed by Monterrey (Mexico), with 72 points, Rio de Janeiro (69,97), city of Panama (69,85), Valparaiso (Chile), with 69,62 points, and Buenos Aires (67,82).
While in Ecuador, Quito is located in the position number 30 with 53,68 points, while Guayaquil is located in number 33 with 50,72 points.