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Buenos Aires Street Art – The unusually creative street art that adorns the walls of the Argentine capital is a big attraction for tourists

There’s a phrase in Spanish: por qué pintar es lindo, which means “why painting is beautiful”. Walking around Buenos Aires’ Palermo Soho district, with its abundance of murals, you’ll soon understand why this saying has been adopted…

The Legal Steps to buy Real Estate in Uruguay

Navarro Abogados , Montevideo Uruguay Purchase of a Real Estate Property by an Individual After the individual (the “Individual”) has identified the real estate property it intends to acquire, it should seek the legal advice of an attorney and the services of a Notary Public to assist in the purchase process. In general, pursuant to the current…

Cargill Grain is a huge company

Cargill is the largest privately owned company in the United States. “Privately owned” means its shares of stock aren’t traded on any stock exchange and the company therefore doesn’t have to report on most of its operations. Thus, we are now unable to watch the effect of the recent expropriation of some of Cargill’s assets in…

Economists expect Argentina to Boom with Kirchner government and their allies losing power and influence

In a meeting with a group of prominent economists that I attended in Buenos Aires last week, I heard something I had not heard in over a decade, at least from the mouth of a serious person: that Argentina will soon have an economic boom. The prediction was made by former Central Bank President…

Recoleta: The Cultural and Residential Hot Spot of Buenos Aires

Ever since the late 1800’s Recoleta has been Buenos Aires’ residential and touristic neighborhood of choice; home to private family mansions, foreign embassies, and luxury hotels.  Back in 1879 when Buenos Aires suffered a terrible cholera and yellow fever epidemics, the population of the city spread out to avoid the contagion.…

Paraguay – One of the worlds largest exporters of Soya offer Investors a share

Paraguay is the world’s fourth biggest exporter of soya, a crop that has been dubbed “green gold.” Its harvest – likely to reach a record 9 million tonnes this season – is mostly shipped as raw soybeans to the European Union, where it is used in cattle feed, or to Argentina for the manufacture of biofuels.…