Lula on confidence from foreign investors: ‘Coincidence?’ – State of Minas

Lula on confidence from foreign investors: ‘Coincidence?’ – State of Minas
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President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva celebrates Brazil’s rise in ranking as an attractive destination for foreign investment

credit: Ricardo Stuckert / PR

President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) celebrated Brazil’s return to the list of the 25 most attractive countries for foreign investment. Brazil is in 19th position.

The PT member wrote “coincidence” in his post that talks about the topic. The message was to mock a common criticism that the opposition makes of him that, during his governments, the country grows despite him.

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The top ten are the United States, Canada, China, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Spain and Australia, according to consultancy Kearney.

The country’s best position on the list was between 2000 and the beginning of the 2010s, when it appeared in third place.

Check the ranking:

1st – United States
2nd – Canada
3rd – China
4th – United Kingdom
5th – Germany
6th – France
7th – Japan
8th – United Arab Emirates
9th – Spain
10th – Australia
11th – Italy
12th – Singapore
13th – Switzerland
14th – Saudi Arabia
15th – Sweden
16th – New Zealand
17th – Portugal
18th – India
19th – Brazil
20th – South Korea
21st – Mexico
22nd – Taiwan
23rd – Poland
24th – Argentina
25th – Denmark

The article is in Portuguese

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