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Latin America and Caribbean Compared by Economy > Gross private capital flows > % of GDP

DEFINITION: Gross private capital flows are the sum of the absolute values of direct, portfolio, and other investment inflows and outflows recorded in the balance of payments financial account, excluding changes in the assets and liabilities of monetary authorities and general government. The indicator is calculated as a ratio to GDP in U.S. dollars.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 The Bahamas 1,705.58% 2003
2 Panama 56.85% 2005
3 Jamaica 50.33% 2005
4 Barbados 36.25% 2005
5 Aruba 27.11% 2002
6 Uruguay 26.54% 2005
7 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 20.43% 2005
8 Chile 20.39% 2005
9 Venezuela 17.92% 2005
10 Trinidad and Tobago 17.05% 2004
11 Costa Rica 16.85% 2005
12 Belize 16.77% 2005
=13 Colombia 16.29% 2005
=13 Guyana 16.29% 2005
15 Ecuador 14.26% 2005
16 Bolivia 14.14% 2005
17 Saint Lucia 14.01% 2005
18 Antigua and Barbuda 13.13% 2005
19 Saint Kitts and Nevis 13.01% 2005
20 El Salvador 11.71% 2005
21 Peru 10.44% 2005
22 Dominica 9.33% 2005
23 Guatemala 9.14% 2005
24 Argentina 9.08% 2005
25 Nicaragua 7.84% 2005
26 Grenada 7.75% 2005
27 Mexico 7.68% 2005
28 Paraguay 7.57% 2005
29 Honduras 7.51% 2005
30 Dominican Republic 6.6% 2005
31 Brazil 5.94% 2005
32 Suriname 4.64% 2005
33 Haiti 2.6% 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Gross private capital flows > % of GDP. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Latin-America-and-Caribbean/Economy/Gross-private-capital-flows/%-of-GDP

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