Despite current investor sentiment over what some consider to be peripheral European economies, such as Portugal, Portuguese corporates have attracted a significant interest from international investors, who value their strong focus on business and geographical risk diversification as a way to expand from the currently limited Portuguese internal consumption market.
A significant number of Portuguese companies in sectors such as utilities, renewable energies, oil and gas, construction and retail, among others, have been able to create growth strategies and equity stories sustained on the internationalisation of their activities, not only to booming Portuguese-speaking economies like Brazil, Angola and Mozambique, where historical and cultural affinities play a relevant role, but also to high-growth emerging markets in Latin America and Eastern Europe (e.g. Colombia, Peru and Poland).
Although more selective during uncertain times, investors, constantly looking for companies with attractive equity and value-creation prospects, are increasingly seeing investment in Portuguese companies as a preferred way to gain access to emerging markets with considerable growth potential, and also as a means to diversify their investment portfolios. International investors increasingly recognise the growth potential deriving from the exposure of Portuguese companies to high-growth emerging countries in Latin America and Africa.
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