Uruguay has a GDP in sustained growth since 2003, to the present. Its main source of wealth is the export of agro - livestock and forestry products; Such as bovine meat and sheep meat, cellulose pulp, leather, soy, rice, dairy and citrus. Likewise, receptive tourism, as well as logistic, port and financial services generates 20% of the country's economic income.

 Uruguay has been the second country in Latin America during the last ten years, recipient of foreign investments, in proportion to its GDP. Significant advantages of the country are Institutional Stability of Government and State, as well as the protection of its laws that guarantee to international investors an equal treatment and protection of their profitability.