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Argentina is the worlds 5th largest exporter of Olive Oil

Olives are cultivated on more than 100 000 ha of land, concentrated in three regions-55 000 ha in the North-West region (provinces of Catamarca, La Rioja); over 9 500 ha in the Central region (provinces of Cordoba and Buenos Aires); and 40 000 ha in the Central-West region (provinces of Mendoza and San Juan) with 40 000 ha- which have been…

Latin America the next frontier for New Zealand Exports

The world is taking notice of under the radar New Zealand companies making inroads in Latin America, writes Victoria University’s Dr Eldrede Kahiya Last month, the Minister of Economic Development, Environment, and Trade and Export Growth, David Parker, attended a meeting of the Mercosur Latin American trading bloc, before holding talks with…

Geographical differences between Peru and its competitors give it an edge

Peru’s Advantage over other export competitors  Peru has a geographical advantage, in that they can grow many horticulture crops all year-round, meaning they can choose when to produce and sea freight produce ahead of its Southern Hemisphere competitors, giving them an advantage over the bigger players such as…

When do I have to Pay Taxes in Argentina as an Foreigner?

As we’re in the middle of tax period you may be wondering if and when you need to pay taxes in Argentina as a foreigner. In this article, we give you an overview of the Argentine tax calendar and how it affects expats as individuals and as business owners. First of all, whether you’re a resident or a foreign beneficiary (working in Argentina…

10 Facts about Chile’s Growing Technology Scene “Chilean Valley”

There is a reason why so many countries are modelling their entrepreneurial ecosystems after Chile’s. With serious investments in technology and innovation, the Chilean government has spurred some amazing opportunities for technology startups to launch and grow in the country. Here are ten facts you need to know about Chile’s technology…

No more room for the little guys in Latin America’s clean energy market

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Latin America’s booming clean energy market is attracting the world’s energy giants, which are driving down prices and squeezing out the little guys. Smaller developers were instrumental in taking wind and solar mainstream in the region, making headlines in recent years by offering record low prices at government auctions.…

Worldwide Wine Output Collapses to a 60-Year Low

The Director-General of the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV), Jean-Marie Aurand, presented breathtaking information on the collapse of global wine production, assessment of the worldwide harvest, and the state of the overall wine industry at the organization’s headquarters in Paris on Wednesday. During the presentation,…

Brazils Soybean 2018 plantings forecast to break all records

A 2% increase in planted area in the 2018-19 season is due to expectations of higher prices, and greater demand from Chinese buyers, plus an increase in domestic consumption. Soybean planted area in Brazil is forecast to set a new record for the ninth consecutive year at 35.8 million hectares, according to an April 24 Global Agricultural…

Agribusiness Report Argentina Merger & Acquisitions Activity April 2018

Agri Business Report Argentina Q1-2018 aims to summarize the principal activity in INVESTMENTS and M&A in Argentina for the first quarter of the year. Circulation is managed in a quarterly basis to develop relevant updated information. The investments section includes operations in Ag Finance like corporate bonds or stock…

Argentine Rodolfo “Opi” Sadler is seen as the best red wine maker in the world

Rodolfo’s Cabernet Sauvignon was chosen in France as the best red wine in the world. It should come as no surprise to wine lovers. Rodolfo Sadler Occupation: Winemaker as he read aloud to the immigration officer at Heathrow Airport, London. The emigration offer looks up and asks (in English):? Winemaker? Are you…

China’s commitment to Latin America to growing as United States retreats

As São Paulo hosts the World Economic Forum on Latin America 2018, it is time to consider China’s important influence on economies and business in the region since the Forum’s last meeting in Brazil, in 2011. With foreign trade worth $4 trillion, China is the world’s most important trading country. Besides the US,…

The Best of the Best | A Luxury Stay in Buenos Aires | Five Hotels, Five Personalities

Counted among the most cosmopolitan destinations in South America, Buenos Aires is a city that blends the vibrancy of modernity with timeless sophistication, art, history and old-world glamour. Walk down many of the city’s streets and you’ll find that the eateries and boutiques that line them are alive with these…

Algodon Wines and Luxury Development Group, Argentina 1,675 ha Development

Algodon Wines & Luxury Development Group Receives Deed Approvals for Algodon Wine Estates Lots Algodon to Record First Lot Sale Revenues of Approximately $870,000 Algodon Wines & Luxury Development Group, Inc. (OTCQB: VINO), a real estate development brand with luxury lifestyle assets and premium wines in Argentina,…

11 Things I Learned About Investing in Argentina

After completing my studies at the University of Canterbury I wanted the challenge of living and working abroad in a foreign language. With the help of the New Zealand Prime Minister ́s Scholarship and the New Zealand Embassy to Argentina, I undertook a three-month legal internship with Wiener.Soto.Caparrós in Buenos Aires. WSC is a mid-size law…

Dos Rios – Buenos Aires – Eco Lots for Sale on the Delta

We discovered the Parana Delta on a family holiday in 2005. We took a zodiac from Tigre and motored down the River Urión, and then we quietly paddled down the tributary of the Arroyo Malvinas where we stopped and tied the boat to an old willow tree.  There we swam in the warm river water and picnicked under the shade of the overhanging…