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STANDARD & POOR’S 2016 OUTLOOK: PARAGUAY STANDS OUT IN LATIN AMERICA

STANDARD & POOR’S 2016 outlook for Paraguay is very promising. Paraguay is the only Latin American country with a positive outlook for 2016, said Moritz Kraemer, Global Chief Rating Officer, Sovereign Ratings at Standard & Poor’s during his presentation of the firm’s 2016 global sovereign outlook. Most countries in the…

💰 NEW INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY, DAIRY FARMS IN CHILE

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Global demand for milk will increase by 36% over the next decade. Dairy farms should increase productivity. Tetra Pak – the world leader in packaging for the dairy industry – reveals in its Dairy Index for 2014 that, largely due to population growth, increased prosperity and increased urbanization in Africa, Asia and Latin America, demand…

Paraguay’s economy continues to impress

Paraguay’s Economy Continues to impress Paraguay’s economy continues to be a hotspot for growth. However, the downturn in global commodity prices has hit South American economies hard. Although Brazil and Venezuela are the most notable cases, several countries in the region are experiencing major economic slowdowns or even contractions. The country’s…

Disaster looms for Latin America’s biggest economy Brazil

AT THE start of 2016 Brazil which is Latin America’s biggest economy should be in an exuberant mood but instead disaster looms. Rio de Janeiro is to host South America’s first Olympic games in August, giving Brazilians a chance to embark on what they do best: throwing a really spectacular party. Instead, Brazil faces political and…

Argentina is a “Ray of Sunshine” in South America

JP Morgan Chase report on Argentina Argentina is a “Ray of Sunshine” as seen by a growing number of foreign investors who are signaling interest in Argentina following the pro-market turn that newly-inaugurated President Mauricio Macri started showing since taking office. The latest financial player to endorse the country as a promising investment…

Brazil’s economy enters ‘outright depression’

Brazil’s Economy is in Depression Brazil’s economy shrank more than analysts forecast, as rising unemployment and higher inflation sapped domestic demand, pulling the South America largest economy deeper into what Goldman Sachs now calls “an outright depression”. Gross domestic product in Brazil contracted 1.7 per cent in the three…