South American Real Estate News
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My favourite videos of Buenos Aires recently upgraded suburb “The Retiro”

image of Arquitectura Francesa en Buenos Aires
The name Retiro means ‘the Retreat’, the name of a country house owned by a Spanish governor in the late 17th century. Today, Retiro is, for most people, synonymous with two newly renovated train stations and the principal bus station in Buenos Aires. Mitre is a British-built station (look out for plaques of the British material…

Peru’s mining bonanza spurring growth, and new investment

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kucyznski, visibly frustrated by the lack of progress in infrastructure and other investment projects during his first year in office, has pledged to get the economy moving with a public spending spree. Now, a windfall driven by surging mining exports looks set to make that possible. Peru’s first half export…

With confidence in the future Algodon Wine Estates doubles its land holdings in Mendoza

Algodon has just announced that the Algodon Group has acquired an additional 2,088 acres (845 hectares) of land directly adjacent to the existing property at Algodon Wine Estates in San Rafael in Mendoza. This land acquisition has more than doubled the size of their existing estate, from 2,050 acres (830 hectares) to 4,138 acres…

Chile Political Overview: Elections and its economy

It can be difficult for foreigners to find information (in English) regarding the upcoming elections in Chile. BNamericas has recently released a new report that outlines political risk in different Latin American countries. The aim of the report is to track and put into perspective all political news that impacts the real economy. Below we have summarized…

Argentine economic activity grew by 4% in June as the economy recovers

The INDEC ( Argentina Statistic Department ) reported the Monthly Estimates of Economic Activity, which in June recorded the highest rate of expansion of the new Macri government era. Economic activity began to accelerate growing by 4% on a year-on-year basis, the highest monthly rate recorded to date under the management of President Mauricio…

Agri-Business M&A Report for Argentina

Agribusiness Report Q2-2017 reflects the continued high level of activity in investment projects from Q1 but fewer M&A transactions in Argentina. As mentioned before, there is an increase in agricultural companies looking to finance working capital and investment plans through local financial markets. As the months develop in 2017, the political factor will…