Posted on : April 18, 2017
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Category : International Business
Findings of the A.T. Kearney 2017 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index. The index measures confidence among global business executives and gauges where they are most likely to invest. The U.S. remained the most attractive place to invest, according to the survey, followed by Germany, China, the U.K. and Canada. Brazil and Mexico, Latin America’s two largest economies, scored practically the same in this year’s index. Brazil was the only other Latin American country in A.T. Kearney’s top 25, and it fell four places to 16th in the midst of a prolonged recession.