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Main Polo Regions in Argentina Surrounding Buenos Aires

POLO CENTRES AND AREAS–LOCATIONS AROUND BUENOS AIRES The Three Main Polo Centres in the Province of Buenos Aires: A)- OPEN DOOR – MANZANARES – 150 Polo Fields. La Aguada (6) , El CLUB de POLO la CAÑADA (11). Las Praderas (5), La Colina (4), Santa Catalina (2), Miralejos (2), Haras Argentino (2), Las Bí©tulas (2), Magual (2), El PASO (2). San Javier, El Silencio.Estas canchas se completan con otras canchas particulares siempre abiertas a admitir otros jugadores como invitados temporales. B)- PILAR-RODRIGUEZ…

Argentine ‘soybean king’ Gustavo Grobocopatel forecasts a new but “green industrial revolution”

Mercpress The man known in Argentina as “soybean king” said the country was facing a “new industrial revolution”, but factories now won’t have chimneys because they will really be “green factories”. We are facing a major challenge, the green industrial revolution and in that scenario Argentina has a privileged position and a significant part to play” said Gustavo Grobocopatel, president of the Los Grobo Group who is Argentina’s largest producer of soybeans, with the most planted hectares,…

GTSA – Urugugay Press Release: Savills and GTSA offer one of the most advanced Irrigated Dairy Farms in Uruguay for Sale

 Dairy Farms in Uruguay for Sale Savills and Gateway to South America – Uruguay are pleased to offer for sale a Large Scale Irrigated Dairy Farm (San Pedro), a 1042 hectare operational dairy unit in Western Uruguay, an area widely regarded as having some of the highest quality land in the country. Currently San Pedro is milking 1000 cows, and carries an additional 850 dairy young-stock. With further investment the farm could easily sustain 2500 milking cows, a number which will make most efficient use…

More firms forming special practice groups to capitalize the South American booming business market

Hot spots in the Latin American economy include tourism, agriculture and energy, according to Francisco Cerezo, chairman of Foley & Lardner’s new Latin America practice group. The firm recently announced that it was forming a special practice group to capitalize on its Latin American business, which is one of the bright spots in the economic downturn. Earlier this month, Foley & Lardner hired Cerezo away from Greenberg Traurig, where he was a shareholder, to head up the new practice group, which is…

New Tool to Help Farmers Mitigate and Adapt to Climate Change

The Rainforest Alliance and the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) unveiled the new Climate Module: Criteria for the Mitigation of and Adaptation to Climate Change, developed in collaboration with allies at Guatemala’s Inter-American Foundation for Tropical Research (FIIT, for its name in Spanish); SalvaNATURA, a Salvadoran conservation organization; the National Coffee Association, Anacafé; the Efico Foundation; the Universidad del Valle (the Guatemalan research institution) and with financial support…

Tiny Uruguay outshines it’s neighbour Argentina with increased Investment

BY VINOD SREEHARSHA McClatchy Newspapers SAO PAULO, BRAZIL — For decades, Argentina treated its neighbor to the east, tiny Uruguay, as little more than a colonial outpost. In the eyes of much of the world, it endured a fate perhaps even worse: near-total obscurity. But the long-overlooked South American nation, which lacks Argentina’s flair for political melodrama and Brazil’s clout and ambition, finally is emerging from their shadows, becoming a darling among investors and even a model for…