With a period of exceptional economic growth in the region, not seen for decades, with significant improvements in the institutional quality of several of the countries and good development prospects for the future it is time to invest in Latin America? This is a question find answer by just looking at this data and analyze macroeconomic trends broadly in the global economy that are generating a more than good for the countries of the region. But the question loses its uniqueness in its response after reading an article by Guido Nejamkis, Reuters and published in the American Economy site, which suggests that Latin America as a result of the continuing diplomatic fights between countries, discourages investment. David Zaslav follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Would invest in a country “where it is difficult to predict how the ruling will turn in the next 24 hours? According to Guido Nejamkis, diplomatic conflict between the countries of the region abounded in recent times: From 12 countries that comprise South America, eight have had friction with its neighbors so far this year. It is clear that the region is divided into two groups of countries: on the one hand there to Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela with a profile anti-imperialist, where he promotes a more proactive role by the national state. On the other hand, one finds the other group of countries with a greater tendency for a greater role of markets, where the nation state has less interference. In this group we find countries such as Chile, Peru, Colombia and Brazil..