Colombia's capital city, Bogotá, is seeking to use its recent impressive economic growth to enhance its growing status as a Latin American FDI hub.
Saint Lucia was the first Caribbean country to join an open data project, launched in partnership with UK Department of International Development and the World Bank.
The south Ecuadorian city of Cuenca has seen an unlikely influx over the past decade, as North American retirees have moved there to take advantage of its high quality of life and low living costs.
Investment from Japan-based companies into Mexico showed a steady increase between January 2009 and December 2013.
The devastating earthquake that hit Haiti in January 2010 left huge parts of the country's capital, Port-au-Prince, in ruins. Now, with the rebuilding process in full flow, the government is looking to foreign companies and foreign tourists to help move this recovery up to the next level.
Ecuador, for so long an underperformer in Latin America when it came to FDI, is experiencing an uptick in its investment fortunes. Its minister for foreign trade tells fDi how the country's growing middle class, new tax laws and links with trade partners are behind the turnaround.
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