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All of the key data and information needed when considering investing in Guyana.
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All of the key data and information needed when considering investing in Colombia.
Suriname saw a dramatic drop in FDI inflows in 2019, but its rich natural resources could put it on the radar of investors as the world recovers from the Covid-19 outbreak.
Paraguay’s FDI inflows have been modest over the past few years, and as Covid-19 deals a blow to its trade, the government is ramping up its efforts to attract foreign capital.
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.
The discovery of oil in 2020 looks set to transform Guyana's economy, as well as make the South American country a more attractive location for FDI.
Political stability encompasses many things, including corruption, the strength of institutions and the rule of law. It therefore must be carefully assessed by multinational enterprises while selecting an FDI destination.
Something of a pariah state to many Western economies, Venezuela is contending with high inflation, political instability and social unrest, all factors likely to deter foreign investors.