Set against the backdrop of a slowing global economy and concentrated
flows into the region, in August the United Nations Economic Commission
for Latin America and the Caribbean (Eclac) released its annual report into
the state of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the region in 2018, highlighting
a number of patterns and emerging trends. In Latin America and
the Caribbean, FDI inflows rose by 13.2% year on year – a five-year high –
totalling US$184bn for 2018.

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