Foreign Investment up 16% in Guatemala

This year the flow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) continued its upward trend, which has been maintained for the last 8 years.

Monday, December 8, 2008

According to data from the Bank of Guatemala (Banguat), as of November 27, 2008, the FDI was at $759.7 million while for the same period in 2007 it was at $656.1 million.

The sectors that contributed to this increase include telecommunication, finance, mining, and call centers, indicated Mario Marroquin, director of the Invest office in Guatemala.

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FDI in Guatemala Up 13%

April 2012

In 2011, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) reached $910.8 million, an increase of 13% compared to 2010.

According to the Bank of Guatemala (Banguat), FDI in 2010 amounted to $805.8 million.

The bank expects that by 2012 foreign direct investment will exceed $900 million.

According to an article in Prensalibre.com, "Last Thursday, the Baguat also announced that GDP grew by 3.9% during 2011, which is considered a better economic performance by the country, because it exceeded the projection, which was 3.8%. "

FDI Grows by 15% in Honduras

October 2011

In the first six months of the year the country received $485.7 million in foreign direct investment (FDI).

According to preliminary data from the Central Bank of Honduras the amount exceeds the $62.4 million received in the same period in 2010.

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Foreign investment in Panama increases 32.8%

October 2008

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) that entered Panama during the first half of the year reached $100 million.

This is increase is due mainly to the investments and re-investment of earnings by banks with general license that are operating in the country.
The construction sector, expansions, and new port infrastructure, the new cellular bands and the electricity generation projects have also attracted huge volumes of foreign capital this year.

Increase in Foreign Investment forecasted for Costa Rica

August 2008

According to estimates from the Central Bank, approximately $2 billion in foreign investment is expected during this year, up 22.3% in comparison to 2007.

Central Bank president, Francisco de Paula Gutierrez, said that the prospects for next year are even better since improvements in the economy of the United States - Costa Rica's main trading partner - are expected.

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