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Almagro Suburb is the best buy in Buenos Aires today!

Almagro Suburb Buenos Aires
Almagro Suburb, by far, offers the best real estate opportunities today in Buenos Aires. It is one of the most traditional neighborhoods in the city, where your dollar, peso or euro buys you almost twice the square footage. And is most sought after by investors in the real estate market as well as by potential tenants and buyers, due to its…

A 750% Increase in Paraguay’s Harvest Area

photo by Yenia Rivarola. 750% Aumenta Cosecha en Paraguay
Grain production has shown a 750% increase in Paraguay’s harvest area in the last 25 years. The export of grain accounts for $5 billion USD in revenue for Paraguay. In turn, transportation by truck for the export of grain means heavy congestion on the roads, which have been very poorly maintained and are insufficient for the increased demand. The most…

What is happening to Chile’s economy ?

Chile’s business community can seem a hysterical bunch at times, seeing socialism round every corner and warning of economic Armageddon. Business confidence in the world’s largest copper producer is now lower than it was when Lehman Brothers Holding Inc. declared bankruptcy in September 2008 and plunged the global economy into its worst post-war crisis. Consumers…

Change in law to start avalanche of investment in Brazil Farmland

Investment in Brazil land due to Boom The imminent lifting of Brazil farmland limits on foreign ownership is expected to unleash investments, principally by large funds in search of long-term returns, and reignite a slice of the stagnant real estate market. The government of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva shocked investors in…

Argentina convenes special Business and Investment Forum

Argentina opens its doors to new business A Business and Investment Forum that will take place in Buenos Aires in September will be a major milestone in the implementation of President Mauricio Macri’s business and investment reform, supporting Argentina’s goal to increase Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and re-launch itself as a significant…

Nutella Hazelnuts: Orchards of Chile

image of Nutella de Avellanas cosecha propia en Chile
New Chilean hazelnut plantations – 17,000 hectares – represents only 1.5% of the global supply but a steady increase in production and the number of hectares planted is expected. The big incentive for this new market is the excellent current price of USD4.7 per kilo, where the past price of USD 3.00 per kilo meant a return of USD5,000 per hectare.…