“Brazil is third on a priority list compiled by multinational companies looking to invest in other countries, according to UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development). The report on the global investment outlook was based on consultations with more than 200 transnational companies, along with 100 agencies that promote investment, all looking to attract external resources for their countries.
The study this year indicates that China occupies the top of the list for the next two years. The Asian giant is cited more than 100 times when the executives are questioned about their “highest priority” for future investment. Just under China, the most cited were India and Brazil, which took third and fourth place last year, respectively.” – Source (in PT)