President Lacalle Pou emphasizes to U.S. investors that Uruguay seeks to “open up to the world”

Likewise, the Presidency emphasizes that Lacalle Pou assured that his country is a bastion of "institutional, political and social stability" and invited people to invest in it since it is a stable and predictable country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, reiterated this Monday (21) to representatives of investment funds and private capital in the United States that his country has "a vocation to open up to the world" both financially and commercially.

According to the Uruguayan Presidency, the President participated in a working breakfast accompanied by the country's Foreign Minister, Francisco Bustillo, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Azucena Arbeleche, and the Uruguayan Ambassador to the United States, Andrés Durán, where he highlighted, among other things, the value of freedom "as a guiding principle of the . . .

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