Mexico beats Brazil in the quest to attract FDI

Despite Brazil offering higher interest rates than Mexico, foreign investors prefer the bonuses Mexico offers, thus disregarding the South American Country, as the political risks and the monetary outlook seems to favor the neighbor South of the U.S. Foreign investment has been declining over the last two years as part of the sovereign bonuses for both Countries, but the downfall in Mexico has been less notorious and trends such as the proportion of the Brazilian debt are now close to five year minimums.