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Uruguay: atractivo destino para invertir en Agronegocios

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Uruguay presenta una serie de atractivas características para invertir en el sector Agronegocios. El país cuenta con 16,4 millones de hectáreas aptas para uso agropecuario, cerca del 93% de la superficie terrestre del país, y tiene ventajas comparativas en la producción de alimentos a nivel internacional. El sector agroindustrial…

Taxes and Uruguay

Doing business in Uruguay Uruguay is an independent republic since 1825, situated in South America between Brazil and Argentina. In the course of the past twenty years, Uruguay has been making its mark as a growing and authentic international financial centre. Uruguay is characterised by solid banking provisions, political stability, excellent communications, a pleasant…

Due Diligence, South American Style For Farms

Due Diligence, South American Style For Farms This week again we have clients in Paraguay doing due diligence on another undeveloped farm we have conditionally sold, to be used for a farm syndicate for smaller to medium sized investors. This involves considerable work and expense for the client. Apart from checking legal titles etc, they will…

La Moraleja: Agro-Industria en Salta, Argentina

image of the article El campo de Argentina en quiebra
La Moraleja Salta.- En una escala pocas veces vista en el país, La Moraleja es el caso más impactante del poder de transformación del hombre sobre la naturaleza para generar alimentos y empleos. Allí donde había monte salteño hoy hay 3000 hectáreas de limones regados por goteo, probablemente la superficie más grande del mundo bajo este…

Brazil makes it easier for foreigners to buy farmland again

The chairmanship of the Agriculture Caucus in Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies  aims to turn back the clock on the rules concerning foreign ownership of his country’s farmland. Five years ago, Brazil’s Attorney General Office issued a new interpretation of an old, business-friendly rule that made it harder for foreign companies to buy the country’s…

Buenos Aires illegal markets boom as Argentina’s economy stagnates

While Buenos Aires sleeps, La Salada roars to life. By 3am, shoppers are chaotically barging their way through the narrow passageways of Latin America’s largest informal market, hauling sacks bulging with anything from fake branded clothing to pirate DVDs. “Look at this, just 135 pesos!” exclaims a satisfied Rodrigo…