U.S. investors withdraw up to 25% of their investment from Brazil, Mexico and Argentina

Analysts agree that the peculiar ruling styles of Brazil's Bolsonaro and Mexico's López Obrador, who are regarded as “populist” or even “extremist” are other elements that often scare American investors.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a recent report from the Treasury Department, investors from the United States are rapidly fleeing the once most promising and three largest countries of Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina).

A total of US$16.3 billion of US investments pulled out of Brazil, US$11.5 billion left Mexico and US$6.1 billion have departed Argentina in February 2021, compared to the same month of 2020.

But in relative terms, it means 25% of the US investments in Argentina chose to leave, as did 10% of the capital invested in Brazil, while . . .

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