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Where to invest in Buenos Aires?

So, you decided you want to buy property in Buenos Aires but can not decide where. Hopefully this will offer you some guidance.  A recent study done by the Center for Real Estate Research (Centro de Investigaciones Inmobiliarias) ranked neighborhoods in the greater Buenos Aires areas by investment opportunities. It revealed the classic neighborhoods of Palermo…

♟ Prices in Punta del Este Uruguay collapse due to lack of demand from Argentina

PUNTA DEL ESTE -. One year after coming into force of the Agreement on the exchange of tax information  to avoid double taxation between Uruguay and Argentina, Argentine real estate properties in the resort fell sharply. The president of the Real Estate Chamber Uruguay, Gabriel Conde, said the impact of the…

Yield-starved investors go back to investing in Farmland

Yield-starved investors go back to investing in Farmland   by Louise Bowman   SLC Agricola Plenty of room for growth in neglected asset class; Good inflation hedge relatively uncorrelated to economic cycle Last year many yield-hungry institutional investors stretched their mandates to incorporate alternative assets such as infrastructure,…

Land rush on Brazil’s frontier for Soya Farming

Transport costs have made the country’s agriculture and soya farming industry uncompetitive. But new infrastructure projects should transform the opportunities some have seen in land values. First, for those international investors interested in Brazilian agribusiness, the good news: the country’s poor infrastructure is crippling the competitiveness…

How do Brazil’s dairy farmers compare with their International competitors

This page contains the weighted monthly average price data for  dairy farmers gate milk recorded in Brazil. The average price has to be considered as the result of the weighted average price for milk recorded in the following Brazil regions: Goias, Minas Gerais, Rio Grande de Soul, San Paulo, Paranà, Bahia. The information…

☀ Paraguay economy grows at 13.5% under President Cartes leadership reducing corruption and encouraging foreign investment

The Economist has dedicated an article to the recently inaugurated Paraguayan president Horacio Cartes, and his attempts to improve the living conditions of the majority of a population which is poor in a country rich in agriculture and energy. Paraguay’s President Horacio Cartes plays his…