By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Many foreign investors are looking at Brazil as an interesting option again, between the high interest rates and weaker currency. After reaching an all time high for direct foreign investments of US$20,427 million in December of 2010, years of disappointing declines have just bounced back in December 2015 showing US$15,211 million, as reported by the Banco Central do Brasil (Central Bank).
In February, the director of economic policy of the Central Bank, Altamir Lopes, told Exam magazine that the direct investment flow in the country (IDP) is . . .