Mexico, attractive for private investment
Expectations for private capital in Mexico are unsurpassable, because economy in general has not shown any type of significant unbalance, Arturo Saval, Chairman of the Mexican Association of Private Capital (Amexcap), declared in the inauguration of the sector’s seventh annual forum.
But he did point-out the need to capture more resources because Mexico has less than one tenth of foreign private capital investment than Brazil.
He said that in 2011 Mexico received 25 investments in its best year, with a total share of private capital of 0.02%, measured against GDP, compared to 0.27% in Brazil, which received 90 investments, 12 times more than Mexico.
Source: Excelsior | Date: 10/05/2012