70% of the organizations studied by the Central Bank in the Business Perceptions Report, said that they do not foresee investments for the year 2022.
Organizations draw attention to this dynamic backsliding political and financial vulnerability, combined with higher compensation and creation costs.
The Central Bank advised more than 700 heads of organization on future projections. The conjectures that have been directed contrasted with the last panoramic that was made at the beginning of the year.
Although most report an improvement in their agreements, by 2022 what gains is vulnerability. 70% of the organizations said they had no intention of undertaking, when in January most wanted to do so.
More than half of this fragment showed that it is maintained under the argument that the political and monetary situation is exceptionally doubtful, and less significant, 35%, guaranteed that there is no interest that legitimizes the venture.
This situation was affirmed by the Studies Manager of the National Chamber of Commerce (CNC), Bernardita Silva, who said that enormous activities will continue to be disabled as long as the administrative talks are not clarified.
Similar to the increase in ongoing expenses and compensation expenses to change the lack of work, 90% of organizations projected that their costs will increase in the next three months.