Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Larger Cash Flows

FDI in Mexico is bouncing back, Eclac says in a new report, showing the largest increase in the first half of this year of any nation in Latin America with 27 percent. Of course, one of the reasons such a huge increase is possible was the even larger decline in 2009 (50.7 percent), which means that Mexico is still not up to where it was in 2008. There has also been a sharp increase in Mexican investment abroad, which doesn't strike me as a bad thing (in tandem with the first story, it would seem to indicate more investment opportunities and cash flows everywhere), but Excélsior nonetheless wrote a worrying note about that fact.

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