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Reasons to Invest in Rio de Janeiro Brazil now

  Reasons to Invest in Rio de Janeiro Brazil now       Brazil was awarded grade status in 2008 by Moody’s and Standard & Poor which have positioned the country on a foreign investment fast track attracting billions of dollars of foreign investment every year. A stable economy, falling interest rates and rising tourism are just some of…

A New Pope with Three Firsts – First South American Pope Ever – Jesuit – Habemus Papus

Three firsts for the new Pope: Argentine, Jesuit and his election by fellow cardinals was announced by twitter. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, is a theological conservative with a strong social conscience, and a modest man who declined the archbishop’s luxurious residence to live in a simple apartment and travel by public…

Chile will build the worlds largest telescope

The European Extremely Large telescope E-ELT), costing more than €1bn, will capture the universe’s earliest moments The huge observatory, to be built in the Chilean Andes, will allow astronomers to capture images of the universe’s earliest moments. The giant eye on the sky, known as the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT), will…

With Chavez is gone will Brazil be the rightful leader of Latin America ?

Hugo Chavez’s exit from the world stage may take the sting out of an ideological battle that has enveloped in Latin America since a new batch of leftists and Marxist started taking power in South America about 15 years ago to challenge Western Influence. Followers of Chavez say his incredible energy is irreplaceable,…

Chilterra Dairy Farm in Chile. Another New Zealand Latin American Success Story

A Chilean farmer has given those on the New Zealand Prime Minister’s tour of Latin America an entertaining insight into farming in the country, saying when he first got involved with a New Zealand company, his father warned him “they will take your land and your wife.” ( some truth in that ) Ricardo…

Peruvians Love Mining so why are they protesting ?

Some investors avoid Peru due to some bad press regarding mine protesters. Why because Peruvians are tired of being taken advantage of. But can you blame them ? The government has a regulation called canon minero. This rule stipulates that half the income tax derived from mining must be disbursed to the community those activities take place in. But…