Bolivia's FDI figures have been disappointing over the past two years, but its natural resources and efforts to improve the investment landscape may help recover ground in the post-Covid era.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, FDI in Chile continues to rise, something very few of its Latin American counterparts have managed to achieve.
Ecuador is a relatively small FDI destination within South America, and the country saw shrinking inflows in 2019. However, it has recently introduced a public-private partnership law and tax incentives to draw in investors.
Uruguay has long been open to FDI and enjoyed a strong 2019. However, as with all countries, it now faces a battle to maintain this momentum amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Governments to the rescue? How different countries will utilise infrastructure to emerge from Covid-19
The infrastructure sector looks set to be a key area for governments in the post-Covid-19 landscape, but strategies will differ depending on the financial resources available and the commitments to green policies.
Brazil’s sustainable investing landscape has been increasingly appearing on the radars of foreign investors in recent years.