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Puerto Madero Argentina – Luxurious and Secure

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Buenos Aires Newest Suburb Urban renewal of the old quarter in Puerto Madero luxurious and secure, has been a great success; sales of real estate, still under construction, is something that was not usual before in Buenos Aires. Buyers paid a down payment before the first stone was laid. Barcelona, Rotterdam, Sydney, New York and Cape Town are examples…

Paraguay Beef and Cattle Report

Paraguay Beef Exports are Booming Paraguay beef production for 2015 is projected at a record high 550,000 tons, carcass weight equivalent (cwe). This is the result of a consistent and constant increase in beef production since the mid-2000’s after Paraguay was first able to control Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) Paraguayan beef production for 2015 is projected…

Property Staging for a faster Sale

Property Staging is the Key to a Faster Residential Sale You will not always know who your buyer is going to be when listing a new property for sale. But, with many properties, you have  or should a good idea of the general target group if you are using an experienced agent. While many properties for sale attempt to appeal to the widest range of potential buyers,…

Argentina Tax Amnesty Explained in English

AFIP Explains in English who and what is involved This voluntary Argentina tax amnesty gives a one-off opportunity for local taxpayers to declare illegal hidden currency and property. It has been designed by the Argentine Government to entice back into Argentina the Billions of Dollars that had left the country illegally when the previous populist governments…

Brazil Farmland is now available for Foreign Ownership again

Common Sense Returns to Brazil Farmland Brazil’s government plans to lift current limits on foreign ownership of Brazil Farmland, Secretary of Investment Moreira Franco, the person behind privatization for the new administration, told Reuters on Wednesday. Franco called the restriction on sales of Brazil Farmland to foreign individuals…

IMF: Latin America’s economic slowdown continues

SOUTH AMERICA’S GROWTH IS SLOWING As the global recovery continues to struggle to gain its footing, growth in Latin America and the Caribbean has been marked down further and is likely to contract for the second consecutive year in 2016, the IMF said. The IMF’s latest Regional Economic Outlook for the Western Hemisphere, released on April 27…