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Buenos Aires’ Historical Promenade: Avenida de Mayo

Walking down Avenida De Mayo you will be in awe of the many architectural treasures reflecting the glory days of Buenos Aires in the early 1900’s.  Being the main thoroughfare between the two governmental buildings of the Casa Rosada in Plaza de Mayo and the Argentine Congress in the Plaza de Congreso, the infamous Avenida de Mayo is often compared…

Rising Milk demand from China and increasing food safety concerns from New Zealand its major supplier open up opportunities for South America

Rising Milk The worlds largest dairy exporters New Zealand company  Fonterra is calling for improved lab-testing, saying the Government owned Environmental Science & Research laboratories in New Zealand  lacked the capacity to identify an E.coli…

Is Socialism the Answer for South America Social Inequality ?

Socialism is entirely an emotional response to the world’s problems. Its great virtue is that it requires no thought. It is only the need to feel. There’s also no need to do anything. That’s the government’s job of course. Under socialism, the government owns the monopoly on doing stuff. Fixing things is not for individuals. That’s…

Golf turns its attention to Latin America

(Editor’s Note: The following article was written by Kavitha A. Davidson and was published in Bloomberg.com on January 22, 2014) Globalization is a focus not just for the business elite gathered this week in Davos but also for professional golf. The Masters Tournament, the U.S. Golf Association and the R&A have teamed up to bring a golf tournament…

Chile ahead of Peru as ‘Best Place’ for business in Latin America

According to data compiled by Bloomberg, Chile is the best place to do business in Latin America in 2014, with the cheapest costs in the region, The country of about 17 million people secured the top position of 14 Latin American nations based on six criteria, including the degree of economic integration and labour costs. Peru and…

Paraguay plans to become world’s 5th -largest beef exporter by 2018

One of Paraguay priorities is to make the country the world’s fifth exporter of beef by 2018, according to Industry and Trade minister Gustavo Leite. The land locked member of Mercosur currently holds the eighth position. ”But we also want Paraguay to become the world’s third per capita consumer of beef (behind Uruguay…