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GTSA expects a rebound in Real Estate prices later in 2014 in Buenos Aires

The real estate industry has experienced some of its most difficult years in Buenos Aires but we expect predict growth and an increase in prices late in 2014 and early 2015. Why ? – An increase in activity in the surrounding region, Buenos Aires Province,  favouring  the lower price range of U.S. $ 65,000 to US 120,000…

How Brazil out farmed the American farmer

After a half-century of dominance, the U.S. is losing its edge in agriculture to a booming, high-tech Latin American powerhouse. Its secret weapon? Soyabeans. A big swath of soya-producing lands that stretch between the Andes and the Atlantic forest and from northern Argentina to the southern flanks of the Amazon basin. Soylandia, as this immense region…

The Argentine Oil Industry Review

  The story of Argentina’s handling of its oil sector is stunning in its ineptitude. Argentine’s oil history begins with small-scale exploration in the late 19th century. The first discovery occurred in 1907, near a village on the coast in arid Patagonia, far to the south in a country that’s nearly twice the size of Alaska. Explorers were…

Pioneer New Zealanders investments in Brazilian Dairy Farming pay off

          Dairy Farm – Fazenda Leite Verde Investors from New Zealand are still entering with force in Brazilian, with some of the original  investors farming in the southwest of Bahia region, specifically the city of Jaborandi. Their focus was on dairy farming with the use of high technology –…

Real Estate Market in Maricá, Rio State – Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Located about 60 kilometers from Rio de Janeiro, boosted by strong growth opportunities generated by the exploitation of the biggest oil fields of Brazilian pre-salt, a 200 km straight line in the Atlantic Ocean, Maricá city boasts enormous potential for both economic development and diverse tourist attractions. Three current…

Doing business in Chile – Dairy farming – Arable farming – Vineyards

The Chilean dairy farming production industry is characterised by a mix of high-tech and low-tech farms, and of confinement and pastoral systems. • Milk production systems in the Northern-central part of Chile are mostly based on confined animals fed irrigated lucerne and maize in cut and carry operations. • Temperate-type milk…