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The deregulating of Argentina’s FX Market (currency exchange) has made trade a lot easer

On January 10, the Macri Administration issued an 84-page executive decree (Executive Decree No. 27/2018 or the “Decree”) 1. The Decree forms part of the government’s efforts to modernize the economy and is astoundingly broad in scope, ranging from employment and tax matters to traffic safety and trademarks. Last week…

Trends in allocations to Farmland investing with a Global Perspective

SOUTH AMERICA • Successive years of low commodity prices, over-leveraged balance sheets, and drought in the northeast have left many farmland assets in Brazil searching for new investors. While current restrictions on foreign ownership limit opportunities for foreign large-scale investment, this could change once drafted legislation is…

GTSA – Marketing wins ‘Agricultural Real Estate Service Provider of the Year in Argentina for 2108’

Corporate INTL’s annual awards mark excellence for the world’s leading advisers and financiers in an array of countries and continents. GTSA has been once again chosen as the winner of the Corporate Intl Magazine Global Award   ‘Agricultural Real Estate Service Provider of the Year in Argentina 2018’…

Argentine Economic Outlook continues to Improve

Tendencias en la Economía Argentina
Argentina Economic Outlook President Mauricio Macri’s government made important progress in his drive to liberalize the economy. The 2018 budget and a highly controversial tax and pension reform plan were approved by the congress in the final weeks of 2017. The pension and tax reform envisages lowering the government’s elevated public sector spending…

Argentina’s Tax Reform: This Is What You Need to Know

On November 13, 2017 we reported on the imminent passage of tax reform legislation (see “Argentine Tax Bill: A Step toward Structural Reform” 1). At the end of the year and amidst rioting in the streets over pension reform, congress—acting pursuant to an extraordinary session—pushed through two laws2 (collectively, the “Tax Reform Law”) modifying the…

What can happen if you buy a new apartment off the plans and the area is less than what you paid for

Many apartments in Argentina are sold off the plans (en pozo) and usually this goes smoothly. However occasion there is a discrepancy between the m2 paid for and the number delivered. Sometimes there are more and sometimes less. However this Buenos Aires buyer did not take this lying down. He sued and won for the missing metres. Paola U. bought…