The willingness to invest in Brazil is one of the highest in Latin America. Also, compared to the same period a year ago, Brazil’s GDP grew by 1.0%. Also, a 3.2% jump in fixed investment and a 0.7% rise in industrial production helped drive the expansion
Recent US economic figures show the country is on track for one of the most buoyant years since the beginning of the crisis. Economists believe 2015 will be the strongest for a decade and point to several factors driving economic growth. These include consumer spending, job creation and the US property market.