Brazil attracts international investment again

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Text by Pyr Marcondes, Senior Partner at Pipeline Capital Tech.

The good news comes from Exame, in the report by specialist Carlo Cauti.

As the publication tells us, “the Brazilian economy once again showed confidence abroad in 2021. With an amount of 58 billion reais in foreign investments, the country registered a growth of 100% in relation to the year 2020, and returned to position itself as the 7th most attractive economy for international investment, according to the OECD and the UN”.

This news directly impacts the investment environment and the M&A market, which in turn registered positive performance indicators in 2020.

In fact, the country has been presenting unprecedented growth results in the sector. Recent research by the KPMG consultancy revealed that in 2021 this indicator broke a record in relation to the last 20 years, in the number of businesses of Brazilian companies.

A recent report by the Transactional Track Record (TTR) platform recorded that Brazil carried out a total of 916 transactions, moving around BRL 258 billion in the first half of last year.

Watch a video by Carlo Cauti, from Exame, here.

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