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Why Californian nut growers are moving to South America

Almonds, walnuts, and pistachios are making bank in the Golden State—but the groundwater supply is paying the price. California has entered the age of King Nut: The state produces more than 80 percent of the world’s almonds, and roughly 30 and 40 percent of the world’s pistachios and walnuts, respectively. Most of the production…

Direct Farming in South American Los Grobo Style is changing

Direct Farming in South American Los Grobo Style is changing Farming without fields An Argentine farming group is heavy on science and light on assets BRIAN BRETT, a poet, called farming “a profession of hope”. Farmers must pray for just enough rain, amenable soil conditions and good market prices. In Argentina their prayers do not…

Are you single but want to buy a property to live in ? Read this first

Scared to Buy Alone?    Four Tips for Single House Hunters You’re single and ready to buy. Right now, house hunting might feel a bit daunting, even downright scary. But it’s also one of the smartest decisions you can make, especially if you’re secure in your job or have family support and committed to a location. If you’re…

Latin America’s troubled middle class is here to stay

Latin America’s troubled middle class is here to stay This article was written by Christopher Lenton and was published on October 6, 2014 in BNamericas) In a recent report, Moody’s warned that the middle class in Latin America is “moderating.” “Economic growth throughout Latin America is slowing down, with growth in…

Australia-Latin America Business Council Report

Chairman’s Message As this is the last edition of Latam News before we gather in Sydney for the Gala Dinner to mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Council, it is worth reflecting on the road travelled so far on the crusade to bring Australia closer to Latin America. A quarter of a century has brought many twists and turns, many moments…

Wealth Desparity is condeming our young people to poverty

A plea to reduce social inequality has come from media mogul Rupert Murdoch a successful Australian business person in an outspoken contribution to the debate over Wealth Desparity. More surprising is that he made the appeal to a top-level meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bankers in Washington DC at the request of Australian…