Then, from the middle down in the table of 50, San Jose is 31, followed by Guatemala 37, San Salvador 44 and Tegucigalpa 47.
The rankings, which were elaborated by AméricaEconomía Intelligence, incorporated "a new approach in the methodology for assessing the business profile of Latin cities this year. The approach is an indicator that measures both the innovative potential of cities as their ability to generate new business.”
Panama is ranked number 7 in the list of the 48 most attractive cities for investment in Latin America.
San Jose, Costa Rica is ranked 23rd, Guatemala City is 37th, Tegucigalpa is 41st, Managua is 43rd, San Salvador is 44th, and San Pedro Sula is 46th.
This is the second edition of the ranking of the most attractive cities in Latin America for investment, which is a product of joint work by the Center for Competitive Thinking Strategies (CEPEC) at the Universidad del Rosario in Colombia and the Chilean firm Business Intelligence (IdN). It identifies the cities in the Latin American region which bring together the best conditions for investment.
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