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Buenos Aires’ most desirable neighbourhood. The chic and fashionable Palermo Soho.

Palermo is Buenos Aires’ most fashionable and exciting area. Often referred to as “alternative”, the Soho area is likened to the trendy Soho areas of both London and New York. The term ‘Soho’ seems to globally denominate the zones that bring together artists, fashion and the most stylish restaurants. The bohemian…

Property Values reach a new low in Buenos Aires

The basis of comparison is becoming increasingly smaller in the  Property Values Buenos Aires property market, which is now facing more trouble. Following the report from the ‘Colegio de Escribanos’ (The Association of Notaries) they encountered a lessor but important  drop in  prices 14 months since June 2012. In August 2012 there was a registered…

Gateway Continues Growing its Team in Latin America

Marcia Williamson is the newest face at Gateway to South America bringing her extensive experience in sales and marketing to the Buenos Aires Residential Market.   After receiving her college degree at Portland State in Oregon, she started her career as an account manager for an Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations firm. Born a Midwest…

El Tejar’s big shift from Argentina to Brazil

The farming company founded in 1987, El Tejar, who has become one of the biggest grain and oilseed producers globally, has relocated their headquarters from their original base in the province of Buenos Aires to São Paulo. Among the world’s top grain producers in 2012, the company have now also almost replaced their Argentina chief executive, Horacio…

Forbes: Chile is the best country in Latin America and the Caribbean to do business

Chile is the best country in Latin America and the Caribbean to do business According to the latest ranking published by Forbes, Chile was ranked 24 ° among the best counties to do business worldwide and was the first in Latin America and the Caribbean. The ranking includes 134 countries. Peru, meanwhile, is ranked…

Chile – Manuka Dairy Farm owned by New Zealanders – One of the largest in South America

Manuka S.A, who have now established itself as a significant foreign investor in Chile’s dairy industry, is owned by 140 Kiwi investors, of which five of the cornerstone investing families own 70%. Juan Carlos Petersen, chief executive of Manuka S.A, said the principles of grass-based dairy farming in Chile were…