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Argentina: Latin America’s Third-Largest Economy

Argentina is a Republic (similar but not the same Constitution to the USA) with 23 provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires ( locally known Capital Federal), being its capital. Buenos Aires has a population size of 3.89 million and a metropolitan population of around 17 million, making it the largest city in the Argentina and fourth largest…

Argentine Congress of CREA 2017: Technology brings a wave of new disruptive options

At the CREA Tech conference,  held in Cordoba, Argentina there were a large number of new tech startups, applications of robotics and advances in genetics on show. A wave of new technological developments, outside the traditional technology of inputs, is making its way into the agriculture and pastoral sectors. It brings…

Business optimism in Argentina is the highest in 22 years

86% of Argentine Businesspeople believe that the economy will continue to improve A new poll shows 65% of businessmen felt that the economy will be “moderately to significantly better” in the latter part of the 2017 year, while 21% thought it will be “considerably better”; half of those surveyed say they will increase employment…

Real Estate in Buenos Aires: Opportunity?

City of Buenos Aires Real Estate Market Opportunities
Both Argentina and the City of Buenos Aires, stand out for an endless number of singularities. These range from cultural diversity, a variety of landscapes and climates, through the quality of wine and meat, to artistic production. Another of the innumerable peculiarities that define Argentina and, more specifically, its administrative, cultural, and financial…

With the support of China, Jujuy in Argentina will be the largest solar park in Latin America

Thanks to the financing provided by the Chinese bank EXIM, the Government presented this morning the start of construction of the largest photovoltaic park in Latin America. The solar plant at Cauchari, in the Jujuy department of Susques, will generate about 300 MW from 1,200,000 panels to be placed on a 700-hectare site, the…

How to Form a Company in Argentina and Get Permanent Residency

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Argentina has had its fair share of up and downs politically and economically. Once a global power, the country suffered through the great depression, successive governments favoring protectionism, high levels of corruption, the worlds highest sovereign debt default and the 2007 GFC. These factors, amongst others, created instability in the economy,…