Brazil 2012 foreign investment to top forecast - c.bank director
RIO DE JANEIRO
RIO DE JANEIRO Dec 10 (Reuters) - Foreign direct investment in Brazil will top previous forecasts and end this year at more than $66 billion, Brazilian central bank director Aldo Mendes told a gathering of business leaders in Rio de Janeiro on Monday.
The central bank had previously estimated $60 billion in foreign direct investment in Brazil this year.
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