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Do Argentine’s have a high tolerance for dishonesty ?

Many of Argentina’s neighbours would say that Argentine’s have always had a high tolerance for dishonesty. Now printed on the front page of the most respected newspaper in Argentina it quotes a just released social survey that would suggest they do. After decades of Peronism and more recently Kirchnerism the line between what is right and wrong has been blurred to where much of society works on the edges. Now when the newspapers print everyday evidence of criminal malpractice by the politicians and…

South American nations struggle to find a new economic model

        South American Nations struggle to find a new economic model to cope with falling commodity prices. Four years ago, when the China-driven commodity price boom was in full swing and south-south ties were all the rage, Dilma Rousseff began her first term as Brazil’s president with a symbolic gesture — jetting off to Beijing. Now, as commodity prices collapse alongside China’s slowing economy, Ms Rousseff has begun her second presidential term by saying she wants to rebuild relations…

LAN Chile upgrades to Boeing 787 for the Pacific Routes

        In direct competition to Air New Zealand’s new route commencing in December, this month 2015, LAN Airlines, a member of LATAM Airlines Group, will now operate a daily flight schedule between Sydney and Santiago (via Auckland) using the airline’s new Boeing 787 fleet. “This announcement marks a milestone moment for LAN Airlines in the Asia Pacific region, as well as the next step in our continued effort and commitment to develop our offering and services in this market,”…

Disruptive technologies in agriculture could usher in artificial milk and beef

              Disruptive technologies in agriculture are coming your way very soon. Get ready or join the dinosaurs. Would you buy artificial milk or beef if the price was right? United States-based entrepreneur and Stanford University lecturer Tony Seba was in New Zealand on Tuesday for a workshop on disruption technologies, which are new ways of doing things that disrupt or overturn traditional business methods and practices. He focuses on entrepreneurship, disruption and…

South America limits access to its resources for foreigners

          South America limits access to its resources for foreigners? The country of Uruguay, sandwiched between South America’s largest economies Argentina and Brazil, is taking steps to protect its farmland from unregulated foreign investment which to date has been Argentina and Brazil. It’s a familiar story. Powerful countries with money to spend and mouths to feed look outside their own borders for agricultural land. But this time, it’s not only Europe or North America…

Aerolineas Argentinas soars once again

          President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has many detractors and it’s fair to say her second term as president has been a rocky road with her ‘model’ beset by seemingly intractable travails across the board. What with vulture funds, recalcitrant farmers, problematic vice-presidents; one disobedient the other under indictment, capital flight, bolshie unions, railway tragedies and now Nisman/AMIA not to mention her health issues its fair to say just about everything has…