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South America Free Markets  – Pacific Ocean Nations Rule Beating the Atlantic ones Why ?

The end of a decade-long boom driven by cheap money and strong commodity prices has deeply divided Latin America between fast-growth countries along the Pacific coast and stragglers on the Atlantic. Why ? Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina, which make up 98 percent of the combined economies of the Mercosur trade…

New Trends in Real Estate come to South America

Gateway has for some time being studying the new trends for marketing and selling property. 1. Generation X jumps to the top. Generation X—those ages 33 to 47—made up the largest chunk of home buyers, at 31 percent. Generation Y—those 32 and younger—made up the second-largest group, at 28 percent, followed by younger baby boomers (18 percent)…

Understanding International Family Offices as an alternative source of investment capital

The role of the family office has often been misunderstood, even though the concept has been around (in a variety of forms) for hundreds of years. Still today, as this industry controls billions of dollars in assets under management, there are many intelligent, experienced finance professionals who cannot…

Argentina is no longer the No1 provider of Milk Products to Chile – New Zealand is ?

New Zealand has replaced Argentina as the main milk product exporter to Chile. In what seemed like a routine report of the Office of Agricultural Studies and Policies (PASO) under the Ministry of Agriculture of Chile, revealed a surprising reality: Argentina ceased to be the main supplier of dairy products to Chile,…

Global Warming is set to boost Argentina’s farm production

Government report claims more C02 emissions would lead to more soybeans Global warming predictions usually evoke gloom-and-doom scenarios about the ill effects of a changing climate on the planet. But it turns out that some people — and Argentina in general — could benefit from climate change, which would lead to a rise in agricultural…

The worlds largest dinosaur fossils found in Patagonia, Argentina is over 95 millions years old

Paleontologists in Argentina’s remote Patagonia region have discovered fossils of what is thought to be the largest dinosaur ever to roam the earth. The creature is believed to be a new species of Titanosaur, a long-necked, long-tailed sauropod that walked on four legs and lived some 95 million…