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Stunning French Style Apartment for Sale

New Listing…be the first to see! Classic French Style Apartment for sale in Buenos Aires Situated in the Barrio de las Artes where you are surrounded by chic art galleries, exquisite antique shops, cozy coffee shops, posh restaurants and astounding architecture, you will feel as if you were in Chelsea except for the fact that everyone is speaking Spanish. This beautiful French Style building transports you back to the golden age of Argentina.  As you walk along the  tree lined streets of Esmeralda…

Complete Guide to Estancias of Argentina

Guide to Estancias of Argentina Rarely does one get something for nothing but the complete guide to the Estancias of Argentina is right now. But author, Stephane Parrenin, is offering the new release of his e-book via  Gateway to South America literally for FREE. The e-book complete guide to Estancias of Argentina is called eStancias: It offers readers a list of estancias, per province, with a link to the property’s website and location on Google maps. These estancias provide various levels of hospitality…

Do corporations own most of the world’s farmland ? The Answer might surprise you

Wno owns most of the world’s farmland ? Mr. Gimbel, who once headed the hedge fund division of Credit Suisse, now spends more time discussing crop yields than stock or bond yields. He is the man on the ground for a group of investors — including New York’s biggest real estate dynasty, two Florida sugar barons and the founder of a multibillion-dollar investment firm — who have been buying up farms across the United States through a real estate investment trust called the American Farmland Company.…

Chile’s Lake Region in Gettys Photos

View image | gettyimages.com View image | gettyimages.com View image | gettyimages.com View image | gettyimages.com (Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) About Gateway to South AmericaGateway to South America is an independent Brokerage and Advisory company committed to helping foreign investors to invest in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.

What happened to biofuels?

Energy technology: Making large amounts of fuel from organic matter has proved to be more difficult and costly than expected SCIENTISTS have long known how to convert various kinds of organic material into liquid fuel. Trees, shrubs, grasses, seeds, fungi, seaweed, algae and animal fats have all been turned into biofuels to power cars, ships and even planes. As well as being available to countries without tar sands, shale fields or gushers, biofuels can help reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by providing an alternative…

Oil Shale Boom in Argentina which is thought to have more shale oil than the United States

Holders of Argentina’s defaulted debt and their supporters have warned the country risks being frozen out from international capital markets unless it finds a way to solve its legal problems by the July 30 deadline. But away from the bad-tempered litigation in US courts, the country is experiencing an oil-drilling boom as multinationals seek to cash on its huge shale resources. In June, there was an average of 107 rigs drilling for oil or gas in the country, the highest number operating since records began…