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Foreign Investors give Argentina a huge vote of confidence

Foreign Investors give Argentina a huge vote of confidence The most surprising thing about Argentina’s record bond sale this month isn’t that it issued US $16.5 billion of debt while still in default. It’s that the country could have sold even more as foreign Investors give Argentina a huge vote of confidence. The bonds rallied in early trading, signalling strong investor demand and a turnaround in sentiment after Argentina’s US $95 billion default in 2001 set off more than a decade of litigation and…

Great Buenos Aires Spots for Retirees

Barrios para Jubilados en Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires San Telmo, Recoleta and Retiro are the three great Buenos Aires spots for retirees. These are areas of the city which are comparatively safe environments. All this, and enjoying the pleasant temperate climate of Buenos Aires, attracts many retirees from around the world: those who enjoy a very good climate and living in a city that offers a different activity for each day of the year. Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and is known as the “Paris of South America”. Argentina has…

Transpacific Business Digest – Trade News from the Pacific Rim

Transpacific Business Digest The Manning Group kindly forwarded me their Special Inaugural Edition of the new newsletter they are publishing which will be of interest to importers and exporters from and to Latin America. New Zealand’s leading Latin American business consultants, Manning Group Limited, is the publisher of ‘Transpacific Business Digest’ a free of charge, controlled-circulation electronic periodical in English, Spanish and Portuguese editions which contains market reports, video and business…

Argentine reforms have ‘more than doubled farm profitability

Argentine reforms introduced by Argentina’s new government have “more than doubled” profitability prospects for farmers, said Adecoagro, the South American agricultural group in which George Soros is the biggest investor. The farm operator – which has more than 350,000 hectares planted with field crops and sugar cane – said that changes introduced by the administration of Mauricio Macri, who was elected Argentine president in December, “have and will continue to have a significant…

More Residential Salespersons needed in Buenos Aires

image of Arquitectura Francesa en Buenos Aires
RESIDENTIAL SALESPERSONS WANTED: For nearly a decade Argentina has suffered a brain drain caused by better opportunities in surrounding countries such as Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay others further afield. Now with the positive change of government in Argentina there has been a groundswell of optimism that has not been seen here in living memory. Along with that we are seeing a large increase in the number of buyers both local and foreign looking to invest or relocate. Yes we are hiring salespeople again. This…

👉 Valid farmland comparisons updated for 2016

Precios de la tierra agrícola actualizados 2016
INTERNATIONAL FARMLAND COMPARISONS We have made a comparison of the prices of agricultural land in ten countries. Six are located in South America, two in Asia, one in Europe and one in North America. They are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, United Kingdom, USA and New Zealand. When researching current land prices, we found that only two countries in the sample have reliable data. The Department of Agriculture of the United States publishes an annual report, which, among other…