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Agri-Business M&A Report for Argentina

Alejandro Cabrera on 23/08/2017 - 12:04 in Argentina-General

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 play a protagonist role in investment decisions due to the national mid-term elections and the yet unclear economic recovery. The assumptions determined by each investor will define if capital expenditures are committed now or delayed for after the elections. Finally, we believe the high level of M&A activity seen in the global scale will surely impact the local transactions as a universal factor of change in agriculture.

Agribusiness Report Q1-2017

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Agribusiness Report Q2-2017

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Finally, we believe the high level of M&A activity seen on the global scale will surely impact the local transactions as a universal factor of change in agriculture.

Information was supplied by Agrifex which is a consultancy firm focused on the development of investment projects and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory within agribusiness.

 

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Alejandro Cabrera

About Alejandro Cabrera

Alejandro's expertise fits well with his Special Projects position within GTSA. His cross-cultural international business experience working along aside large foreign companies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay giving expert advice related to M&A and Joint Venture negotiations. He is fluent in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese

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