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Book for the Week – They Don’t Speak Spanish in Brazil

Book for the Week – They Don’t Speak Spanish in Brazil Simply put, this is the market’s first book for doing business in Brazil. THEY DON’T SPEAK SPANISH IN BRAZIL combines the personal and professional experiences of an American expatriate and a Brazilian native, both successful executives at major multinationals. After…

Why Warren Buffett the worlds 3rd Richest man hates gold as an investment

Why Warren Buffett the worlds 3rd Richest man hates gold as an investment “Today the world’s gold stock is about 170,000 metric tons. If all of this gold were melded together, it would form a cube of about 68 feet per side. (Picture it fitting comfortably within a baseball infield.) At $1,750 per ounce —…

Uruguayan cows are among the most easily traced animals in the world

Coming from a long tradition of natural animal husbandry, Uruguayan meat is both tasty and safe. With scare stories of processed meat product proliferating the news, and a richer, ever increasing world population,more and more people are demanding their beef from trusted sources. Uruguay, with its long tradition of meat production…

Peruvian agricultural exports top $1.7 billion in the first half of 2013

The Peruvian Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Minagri) announced this week that Peru’s agricultural exports climbed to $ 1.71 billion during the first half of 2013. According to official data from the sector’s Office of Statistical and Economic Studies (OEEE) there was an increase in shipments of undenatured ethyl…

The Recoleta Cemetery in Buneos Aires. Its not too late to enter.

The cemetery was inaugurated in 1872 being the first public cemetery in the city of Buenos Aires and becoming one of the most relevant historical and artistic monuments in the country. The people responsible for its creation was the then Governer Martin Rodiquez and his Ministry Bernandino Riviadavia. The first customers were a…

Paraguay’s New President Woos Foreign Investment

August 24, 2013
Multimillionaire Horacio Cartes made a play for more foreign investment on Thursday as he assumed the presidency of impoverished Paraguay. As his Cabinet chief, Cartes named a man with U.S. ties, including degrees from major American universities and a top post at Coca-Cola Company in Paraguay. Juan Carlos Lopez Moreira Borgognon studied at Stanford…