Latin American Growth Spurs Investment

Latin America will achieve an annual growth rate of 6.5 per cent and a gross domestic product of $15tn by 2025, analysis by Frost & Sullivan suggests. According to its report, Mega Trends in Latin America, this rising disposable income together with a growing population, improved connectivity and increased infrastructure makes this region “one of the most attractive investment destinations in the world”, and “a source of capital for companies globally”. "Increasing urbanisation is expected to bring about spatial changes to cities, and create five mega-cities, four mega-regions and two mega-corridors in 2025," said Frost & Sullivan’s research manager, Lorena Isla. "Urbanisation will also generate many investment opportunities in smart infrastructure and new market opportunities for innovative products targeting urban households."

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