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Argentina opens market to Budget Airlines – adds 135 domestic routes

Argentina’s government plans to allow the first budget airline to begin flying in the country, opening up one of the biggest untapped domestic airline markets to increased competition. The move, which includes the approval of 135 new airline routes, is the latest in a series of pro-business measures by President Mauricio Macri since…

Adecoagro is looking to expand in Argentina and Brazil

Adecoagro revealed that executives had been “travelling all around” southern Brazil investigating potential sugar acquisitions, and was mulling growth in the likes of rice, dairy and beef, after slashing its debts in a “milestone” year. Mariano Bosch, chief executive of the South American farm operator – of which George Soros’s…

Argentina and Brazil will have high rates of growth this year

Expect more good news than bad when it comes to global growth this year, led by recoveries in several of Latin America’s largest economies, a pickup in the U.S., and continued robustness from China and India. The expectation is that 62 economies are slated for an improvement compared with last year, while 33 will see a deterioration, according…

Uruguay Farmland boom has turned to a bust with prices down dramatically

Prime Uruguay farmland used for grain agriculture has experienced a boom in the past few years, even surpassing beef as the country’s main export item, reaching a price plateau around two years ago when top cropping farms, with irrigation, topped  12,000 USD per Ha in favoured locations. However many of these operations can be traced to…

8 Common Issues and Hurdles with Early Start-Up Business Development in Latin America

Harris Gomez Group has been helping companies enter the Latin American market for 15 years. Throughout the years, we have worked with hundreds of companies, from small to large, as they have tried to enter the Region, all with varying strategies. We like to say around our offices that we have seen the good, the bad, and the…

Argentina: Private – Public Partnership Regime Overview

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The Argentine government has issued new regulations for public-private partnership (PPP) contracts in the public works sector, which are expected to streamline the process and bring at some US$40bn in infrastructure investments, according to state news agency Telám. Since Macri assumed power in Argentina, he has lifted currency controls, cut…