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Why I am betting on Argentina ( An Australian View )

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Since gaining office in November 2015, Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri has implemented most of the economic reforms he promised during his election campaign, including restoring relations with international creditors, exchange rate stabilisation and the removal of trade tariffs and taxes on agricultural exports. These changes were closely followed by…

Argentina’s struggle for transformational change

A leading Buenos Aires law firm Wiener Soto Caparros writes of the nation’s struggle for transformation. From a dark past of 70 years of Peronism, high levels of corruption and a weak legal system the new business friendly Macri government’s program of incremental change has some serious challenges ahead. Argentina has had many booms &…

Are Performance Fees Fair for Syndicate Investors?

The Argument Against Performance Fees If fund managers and syndicate managers do not outperform their benchmark, they continue to get their standard fee, even if they have to forego their performance fee. We like performance but we do not like performance fees. There are fund managers, who charge a fee for management, but then on top of that, they charge…

Buenos Aires Downtown City Views

Some of my favorite views of Buenos Aires A post shared by Sergio Di Vita (@sergius_73) on Jul 30, 2017 at 7:04am PDT Contact the Gateway to South America team to learn about the best investment opportunities in the region. The company is a benchmark for foreign investors wishing to invest in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay, providing expert…

Renewable Energy Targets for Commercial & Industrial Industries in Argentina

Uruguay Achieves 96% in Renewable Energy
The Argentinian government recently passed legislation committing high energy users in the country to collect 8% of their energy from renewable energy sources by 2018, with this figure set to rise to 20% by 2025. High energy users from airports to large scale brewers will be affected by the mandate, meaning it’s important you…

Argentine citrus giant San Miguel to acquire Peruvian fruit company

Argentine citrus company San Miguel has announced it is set to acquire major Peruvian mandarin producer Agrícola Hoja Redonda for US$64 million. San Miguel, one of Argentina’s most iconic lemon companies which have recently been putting more focus on sweet citrus, said it had signed a contract on July 14 to purchase Hoja Redonda.…