Chile showcases a variety of advantages, making it a frontrunner as the place to do business in Latin America
As the world draws its attention to Brazil this month for the World Cup, the primary countries of focus for businesses looking for market development and expansion in Latin America, have been Brazil and Mexico. Although these two countries have shown progress through a rise in manufacturing and expanding labor force, when looking deeper into the countries commercial attractiveness, through Ducker Worldwide’s proprietary Latin American Business Index, neither show the promise and stability as their neighbor to the west. Chile’s rising economic growth, stable government and opportunity for foreign investors epitomizes the key qualities companies seek when entering an emerging market. Chile showcases a variety of advantages, making it a frontrunner as a place to do business in Latin America.
In Ducker's Whitepaper: Aging Debate of Latin American Business Expansion: Brazil or Mexico...What About Neither?, you'll learn:
- Advantages of Chile when considering entering Latin America
- GDP growth forecast comparison
- Ease of starting a business by country
- Comparison of potential problematic factors
- Tips on how to be successful in Chile