South American Real Estate News
/ Blog

Tourism numbers well up in January in Argentina

image of Vida cosmopolita en Buenos Aires
The year started off on the right foot for incoming tourists sector as more foreign visitors arrived in the country in January, spending more than the same month last year. The number of foreign tourists visiting the country in January rose 9.3 percent, compared to the same month last year, to 706,400 people and their spending rose 17.3 percent to US$290.9 million, the INDEC statistics bureau reported yesterday. The figures show a continuing trend following the positive results of 2014, when more foreign tourists…

Uruguay farm sellers buy in Paraguay hoping to repeat their earlier success

Uruguay farm sellers buy in Paraguay hoping to repeat their earlier success Paraguay has become the main destination for Uruguayan investments abroad as they continue to invest very strongly, not only in the Chaco region, where they bought two million hectares, but are investing Itapua or even Missions provinces as well.…

San Juan – Argentina, A progressive province looking for investors.

San Juan – The Very Special Argentine Province Here is a cross section of videos of San Juan showing the progressive nature of the Province. The province of San Juan is situated in the region of Cuyo, and is bounded by the province of La Rioja on the north and the provinces of La Rioja and on the east with the provinces of San Luis and Mendoza on the south; and Chile on the west. Its total area is 89,651 square kilometers (2.4% of the national total). Eighty percent of this area is occupied by steep relief…

Argentina’s New Wine Promotion Video

This is a great new Wine Promotion Video for Argentina highly successful wine industry. The Gateway Team – When You are Serious About Property www.gatewaytosouthamerica.com (Visited 16 times, 1 visits today) About Gateway to South AmericaGateway to South America is an independent Brokerage and Advisory company committed to helping foreign investors to invest…

Uruguay looks to build a Powdered Milk Plant to Supply Cuba replacing New Zealand supplier

Uruguay looks to build a Powdered Milk Plant to Supply Cuba replacing New Zealand supplier Uruguayan President Tabare Vazquez and Cuban counterpart Raul Castro agreed to consider the installation in the South American country of a plant to produce powdered milk for export to the Caribbean island, Uruguay’s…

Is it the governments job to grow the economy ?

With Elections due in Argentina, it might be a good time to look at the benefits of Big Government Parties. It may seem counterintuitive, but the researchers don’t actually think it’s the government’s job to grow the economy. Yet when many people think about economic growth, they conjure up an image of economists pulling policy levers to force…