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Are disruptive technologies like Airbnb and Uber creating another new black economy?

Are disruptive technologies like Airbnb and Uber creating another new black economy? It is called the “shared economy”. It has been embraced by millions of consumers globally, and has made multi-millionaires out of the savvy entrepreneurs behind its most high-profile services, like Uber and Airbnb. But…

Legal Requirements for investing in Paraguay

PRESENTATION When doing business in Paraguay investors should consider various aspects of Paraguayan legislation. This document has been prepared to present an overview of Paraguayan law, addressing the areas that most frequently interest foreign investors. It does not provide an in-depth analysis of any of the laws, decrees or regulations, and thus in itself is not a sufficient basis for decision-making on investments. Information appearing here is current as of May 2011 and show be checked for updates. 2.…

The story of Argentine Malbec´s worldwide success

Argentine Malbec wine investors are benefiting from a new set of new consumers from Shanghai to New York that had quickly adopted Malbec as a favorite new wine. Disenchanted merlot drinkers found malbec to be a great substitute, and steak eaters searching for something to drink besides Cabernet Sauvignon, were pleased with how it paired with their…

Has China has become Latin America’s lender of last resort ?

Has China has become Latin America’s lender of last resort ? As soon as Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner landed in Beijing this week she began lauding new deals with what she called the world’s “No. 1 economy,” ranging from two proposed nuclear power plants to joint space exploration. With her country’s…

Chile’s Economy Rebounds as investor confidence returns

Chile’s Economy Rebounds as investor confidence returns The Imacec index, a proxy for gross domestic product, rose 2.9 percent from a year earlier, the central bank said, beating the 2 percent median forecast of 19 economists surveyed by Bloomberg. Wages leaped 7.2 percent over the same period, the National Statistics Agency said in a separate…

South America’s Great Economic Divide Getting Deeper ?

South America’s Great Economic Divide Getting Deeper ? There’s a rift in Latin America that is neatly defined by two oceans. According to the International Monetary Fund’s latest economic forecasts, the Atlantic-facing countries of Venezuela, Brazil, and Argentina, the largest members of the Mercosur customs union, will grow at an average…