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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Foreigner's Investments In The Latin-american Financial Systems: The Experiences Of Argentina, Brazil And Mexico [investimentos Estrangeiros Nos Sistemas Financeiros Latino-americanos: Os Casos Da Argentina, Do Brasil E Do México]|
|Author:||de Freitas M.C.P.|
|Abstract:||In the 90's, the context of the renewal of capital flows to Latin America, the foreigner's investments in the local financial markets intensified not only as portfolio investments but as direct stock ownership of the financial enterprises. But, this movement is so far to be homogeneous since there are wide differences in the financial openness degrees and the macroeconomics policies across the countries. For this, we examine the effects of this process on the three Latin-American financial systems - the Brazilian, the Argentinean and Mexican ones - which have attracted the majority of the capital inflows to the region.|
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