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Argentina Attracts Green Capital

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With an extremely bold move by the government of the nation, Argentina is now attracting the green capital that is needed to realise works in clean energy, by using the Decree of Necessity and Emergency number 882 of the Ministry of Mining and Energy, which enshrines in law exceptional measures to ensure foreign investment in renewable energy. This year the government…

Why the Rio Olympics is not drawing Chinese buyers to Brazil

Even though it seems like Chinese investment levels only go up, Chinese buying does vary by local conditions with the Rio Olympics being a good example. According to Goldman Sachs, the Olympics is a property goldmine that has boosted real estate prices in its host city in the past. Citing Sydney, Los Angeles, and Atlanta as prime examples, the Olympics…

Argentine organises the largest Business and Investment Forum in its history

President Macri is fronting a forum to the world’s business elite the countries vision of a modern Argentina Argentina is organising a major business and investment forum next month, September 12th to the 15th, in Buenos Aires where more than 1,500 world business leaders and representatives of government and economic institutions…

2016 Electric Power Outlook for Latin America

Energías Renovables en Argentina
BNamericas is a business intelligence companies that focuses Latin America. They have been providing business intelligence for the last 20 years with subscribers from most of the region’s top companies. This is their 2016 Power Outlook for Latin America. Every year they publish a report that is based on surveys that are completed by industry experts…

Argentina kicks off its 1GW Renewable Tender Process

On March 30, 2016, the Executive Branch of Argentina issued Decree No. 531/16, which regulates laws 26,190 and 27,191, and initially establishes the Regulatory Framework for the Promotion of Use of Renewable Energy in Electric Power Generation (the “Regulatory Framework”). The Regulatory Framework sets forth the following milestones for the satisfaction of electric power from renewable…

Paraguay will grow by 3.1% in 2016

chart of Paraguay will grow by 3.1% in 2016
BBVA Research has confirmed its estimate that Paraguay will grow by 3.1% in 2016. The Government of Paraguay also maintains the same expectation of 3.1% this year. If maintained, the trend will show Paraguay to be the third fastest growing economy in the region this year. Juan Ruiz, chief economist at BBVA Research for South America said: “In Paraguay, we…