Foreign investment in Mexico plummeted last year
Foreign direct investment fell abruptly last year in Mexico, and the fall has `persuaded several financial institutions to reduce their forecasts for the country.
Experts agree that one of the key factors to watch will be whether the new government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador can fulfill its forecast of 4
percent economic growth over the six years of the administration with the aim koi private investment.
The achievement of the target will require confidence among investors. However, the level of foreign direct investment fell by 34 percent last year, Expansión reports.