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Now is the time to be scouring the Market for good investments to protect your future

Now is the time to be scouring the Market for good investments to protect your future As we get older, it seems the hands of time are ticking faster. Every day that passes translates to one less day we have to fulfil our dreams. This is a realistic statement that begs the question: “What do we want to do with the rest of the time we have left on the planet?” For me, it’s easier to state what I don’t want to do and there is a list of behaviours and people I want to avoid: People who can’t make […]

Two Spectacular Photos which personify Buenos Aires City

Two Spectacular Photos which personify Buenos Aires City EL PUENTE DE LA MUJER El lugar. Se trata de la primera obra del arquitecto e ingeniero valenciano Santiago Calatrava que se construyó en América latina. Se realizó íntegramente en España y fue trasladada a Buenos Aires dividida en partes durante varios viajes. Inaugurada en diciembre…

European companies find that the US funds have bought debts at a discount

Several European countries are arguing their testing time since the second world war with the combination of government austerity, economic growth and organized banking stresses. The largest companies of the continent seem flexible to the disorder and confusion. The lenders who are enthusiastic want to finance the valuable…

Doing Business in South America – Country Winners and Losers

Doing Business sheds light on how easy or difficult it is for a local entrepreneur to open and run a small to medium-size business when complying with relevant regulations. It measures and tracks changes in regulations affecting 10 areas in the life cycle of a business: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity,…

The Estrugamou in Buenos Aires – The Pinnacle of French Classical Architecture

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On the corner of Juncal and Esmeralda streets, in the Retiro neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, sits a stately and imposing relic of an era of French architecture in Buenos Aires, a city often dubbed the “Paris of South America.” The residential Estrugamou Building, or Edificio Estrugamou, resembles…

Latin America holds 42% of the world’s agriculture expansion potential

Source MercoPress Latin America is one of the few regions of the world where agriculture production can expand since it holds 42% of that potential globally, said Victor M. Villalobos Director General of the Inter American Institute for the Cooperation on Agriculture, IICA. In an interview because of the 70th anniversary of IICA,…