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Paraguay Investment Forum in the UK

Paraguay Investment Forum in London UK Location: Canning House, 14/15 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PS Date: 29/09/2016 Time: 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Nestled in the heart of South America between the giant markets of Argentina and Brazil, Paraguay is on the radar for global investment. Already an agricultural colossus and powerhouse of hydroelectricity, the country…

Excelentes resultados económicos en Paraguay

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La puesta en marcha de más de 70 empresas es una muestra de los excelentes resultados económicos en Paraguay. Dónde hace cinco años no había nada, en las afueras de Ciudad del Este; hoy, hay doce maquilas en plena producción – empresas que manufacturan desde piezas de automóviles hasta ropas, y que dan trabajo y producen riqueza para…

Brazils debt crisis hits the private sector

Brazils debt crisis has hit the private sector. Brazilian companies are now so seriously indebted with their revenue falling, because of a serious economic recession, that some might call a depression, that they have lost the ability to honor their commitments. Almost half (49%) of the larger companies in the country have cash generation that…

Argentina’s latest nature reserve takes form in the Iberá wetlands

For decades, retail moguls Kris and the late Douglas Tompkins bought up huge swaths of South American wilderness in hopes of preserving ancient forests and the creatures that live in them and doing so have created Argentina’s latest nature reserve. Now, nearly a year after her husband’s death, Kris, who spent 17 years…

Argentina’s future is under the spotlight by new investors looking for change

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Argentina’s future is in the spotlight by investors. For more than a decade, Argentina was a financial pariah. It had more commercial disputes in the Hague than all the other countries put together.  A long-running dispute with a Vulture Funds which purchased some of its defaulted debt left it shut out of global credit markets…

Air travel between Argentina and Brazil shows signs of strong recovery

Air Travel between Argentina and Brazil the two largest Mercosur members is showing signs of strong recovery. After years of cutting costs amid falling demand, one of Brazil’s biggest airlines, Gol — which is partnered with Argentina’s state-owned Aerolíneas — says the number of extra flights this summer is expected…