Investment Announcements The Third Quarter Of 2009

In March 2009 there were 50 investment announcements. This number implies an increase over the previous month around 11%. The number of ads placed in the first quarter of 2009 is located at 111 and representing an increase of only 3% over the prior year quarter. The average number of ads each month in both quarters are located in 35 ads. During the same period of 2007 the number of ads stood at 147, this implies a decrease of 26.5% in 2008 and 24.5% in 2009. In relation to the amount, the investment announcements for the third month of 2009 totaled 1.932 million U $ S. In relation to the same period in 2008, these amounted to U $ S 1.272 million, the increase was 52%.

In making the quarterly analysis of the amount of ads, you can see that they were located around U $ S 6.954 million in 2008, and U $ S 8484 in 2009. These totals imply an increase of 22% in 2009, and the reason can be explained by the amount reached by the investment announcements for the month of February, U $ S 5.787 million. Investment Ads by mode For the month of March, the largest amounts of investment announcements were for extensions of projects already in place, with a share of 52.7%, reaching a total of U $ S 1.018 million. For its part, the new projects are in second place with a share of 37.3%, and 30 ads. This shows that, although there was a greater number of announcements of new projects, the amounts of the increases were much higher. This analysis indicates that the larger projects announced are consistent with established firms in the country. Finally, mergers and acquisitions are in third place with a share of 9.9%. The quarterly analysis reinforces this tendency, with expansion projects that have the largest share (70%) followed by Greenfield mode (27.3%) and mergers and acquisitions, with 2.5%. Classifieds Sector Investment by Industry grabbed most of the ads investment, followed by the service sector, construction and finally the primary sector.


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