By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Despite the weak economy, rising inflation and the forecast of a zero or negative GDP in 2015, foreign companies have continued to show interest in investing in Brazil, especially in sectors which have traditionally been controlled by the government, such as health and infrastructure.
A recent study conducted by KPMG shows that Brazil is one of the main destinations for U.S. investments this year. “The study shows that 22 percent of companies surveyed stated that they intend to invest in the country,” says Augusto Sales, partner in the strategy . . .