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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.…

Boom times ahead for Argentine with the winds of change begining

NO WEALTH HAS EVER BEEN CREATED BY GETTING IN LATE! THE ARGENTINE PESO HAS PLUNGED TO HISTORIC LOWS THE CURRENT MARKET VALUE OF ARGENTINA’S FARMS, COMMERCIAL, AND RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE IS A CONTRARIAN VALUE INVESTMENT PLAY RIGHT NOW CREATING CONDITIONS FOR A BOOM We believe there is already evidence of a turnaround in Argentina’s…

A large Chinese Soya Project in Brazil has stalled: What is happening

There are no signs to identify a barren field in northeastern Brazil that was meant to be the center of one of China’s most ambitious agricultural forays into South America. In 2011, Chongqing Grain Group Corp announced plans to build a soya crushing plant, railways and a giant inland storage and transportation hub to export…

What is happening to the Bio fuels Industry ?

Energy technology: Making large amounts of fuel from organic matter has proved to be more difficult and costly than expected SCIENTISTS have long known how to convert various kinds of organic material into liquid fuel. Trees, shrubs, grasses, seeds, fungi, seaweed, algae and animal fats have all been turned into biofuels to power cars, ships and even…