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Uruguay has a democratic system with institutional and legal stability, which guarantees a positive business environment and respect for the regulatory framework.
Between 2004 and 2015, Uruguay grew by 5% per year on everage, consolidating over a decade of sustained growth.
Uruguay is member of Mercosur and has signed an FTA with Mexico. Tuis makes it the gateway to a potential market with 400 million people.
Uruguay offers significant incentives for foreign and domistic investors, which are related to aspects such as taxes, and de Free-Trade Zoneport and Free Port and Airport systems.
Uruguay has made state processes more efficient, customs procedures swifter, and international trade operations more seamless.
Uruguay´s a first-class port infrastructure, road network, and Free Port systems make in the best logistics platform of the Mercosur region, as well as an advantageous distribution center for goods in transit.
Uruguay ranks 1st in the ICT Development Index for Latin America (ITU). It is also the country with the fastets download speeds in the region thanks to its modern infrastructure (Akami-2016).
Uruguay was the first country to implement One Laptop per Child program. It has full digital inclusion, free education, everiday use of English and Portuguese, and State-run university accessible for everyone.
Uruguay is the Latin American country with the greatest investment in clean energy. It is also a global leader in the production of electricity from wind power. 95% of Uuruguay´s electricity is produced from renewable sources, 30% which comes from wind farms.
Montevideo has the best quality of living in Latin America (Mercer, 2016). Also, Uruguay is the country with the highest and best-distributed income in the region.
The country´s significant growth over the last decade is related to a strong increase in investments. In Uruguay, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has reached record levels, which has allowed the country to become one of the main FDI destinations in South America over the last decade, in terms of GDP.
Besides being an important FDI destination, Uruguay is one of the top conuntries in profit reinvestment in Latin America. This shows how much investors trust our country, based on the return they obtain and the good business environment.
Uruguay has a strategic location as a gateway to Mercosur, and two of its main ports, Montevideo and Nueva Palmira, are located at the end of the Paraná-Paraguay-Uruguay river system.
Its time zone, beatwen the U.S. and Europe, makes the contry a great complement to offer global services to the region and the world.