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Startups businesses surge in South America

(This article was written by Mark Lennon and Christine Magee and was published on July 1, 2014 on CrunchBase, for which they work as analysts.) Winter is coming in South America, but for investors and entrepreneurs things are starting to heat up across the continent. New tech communities are sprouting up in South America to serve the 200M+ population…

Buenos Aires Bikers Corner – The Best 6 spots to buy or repair your bike

In the past few years Buenos Aires has really started to compete with cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin and Copenhagen with it’s constantly improving bike-friendly reputation. Although not yet quite as renowned for it, Buenos Aires, is becoming more accessible for bikers and bike lanes can be seen on the majority of the cities roads.…

An indepth report on the wine industry in Chile and its relevance to its competitors

The Chilean wine industry: New international strategies for 2020 Christian Felzensztein 1. Introduction The Chilean wine industry has undergone numerous and profound transformations over the past 30 years – its quality revolution led by the complete technological renovation during the 1980s, the export boom of the 1990s, and the new terroir developments…

Argentina’s rational default ?

Argentina has long been guilty of fiscal mismanagement: it first reneged on a government bond in 1828, and it has bilked its lenders repeatedly ever since. In recent years, the populist government of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has reinforced this reputation by doctoring inflation statistics, expropriating pension funds and an oil company, and blocking…

Regal Residences Of Yesteryear in Buenos Aires

In the 1920’s Argentina had the 5th largest economy in the world due to the wealth and abundance of its agricultural exports.  During this period many of the cities finest buildings were constructed mainly in the center of the city and Recoleta.  These buildings were built by European architects and modeled predominantly on French style architecture typically…

Buenos Aires, city of bookstores

Buenos Aires is a city of bookstores. They can be big and luxurious on the main avenues, discount, or sell antique books in the suburbs. Their appeal for tourists is in the history they represent and the cultural and leisure space they offer. Another interesting feature in many city bookstores is that they are located in national landmarks. Visiting the bookstores…