Case study 2: Brazil

As far as the available evidence is concerned, Brazil is likely to be the ‘number 2’ destination for nearshoring investments in Latin America in the next 5-10 years. As we have seen, the IDB estimates the that the potential expansion of exports across Latin America resulting from nearshoring is of the order of US$64.1bn in goods (excluding exports of services). The biggest share of that expansion will come from Mexico, with US$35.3bn or 55% of the total. Brazil comes in second place with US$7.84bn or 12.2%, followed by Argentina in third place with US$3.9bn (6.1%) and Colombia in fourth with US$2.6bn (4.0%).

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