Peru is the second most attractive country to invest in the region, according to a survey conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoopers among 166 company managers from different South American countries, reports El Comercio.
The countries most attractive for investments in the region are Brazil (41%), Peru (18%), Colombia (15%) and Chile (13%). According to the survey, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Colombia are the countries with higher economic perspectives in the region, with 54%, 19%, 11.9% and 11.1%, respectively.
The study involved 166 CEOs from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru, seeking to find out their opinions on investment and economic stability.
The polled executives chose the most attractive countries for investment taking into consideration criteria like future growth perspectives, domestic market size, business-friendly environment, stable regulatory conditions, legal security and appropriate asset prices.
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