During the last decade Uruguay has improved its international position through policies of economic liberalization and investment promotion. The country has attracted significant investment projects that underpinned its growth process. The location of these projects was due to a combination of factors, among which we would highlight its strategic location to supply major markets of South America, the availability of resources and various policies to attract investments driven by the public sector. In this regard, the Government of Uruguay has initiated has initiated a series of reforms in recent years that are intended to achieve a sustained process of consolidating long-term investment. Among the major policy reforms that the present government is committed to promote are: i) the adequacy of investment promotion regime seeking to optimize their impact and improving transparency thereof, ii) compliance with global standards of exchange international information on financial and fiscal, searching the country to continue advancing in the various stages of the peer review process of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information in Tax Matters iii) the creation of a regulatory framework for sharing risks between the public and private infrastructure projects generating large APP for specific projects, iv) actions for the modernization of trade facilitation practices and updating of customs rules, and v) implementation of policies that enable innovation deepen development impact of FDI.