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Mendoza, Argentina – One of the most exciting wine regions in the Southern Hemisphere

On the eastern side of the Andes, in the region of stunning foothills and high plains, is Argentina’s ‘Napa Valley’. The Uco Valley, in Mendoza, Argentina has rapidly become one of the most talked about and exciting wine regions in the southern hemisphere. Originally created as a stopping point in the crossing of the Andes on the commercial route from Río de la Plata to…

Argentina: A Perfect Storm Creates A Buying Opportunity

2018 has been a tumultuous year for Argentina. From one of the most severe droughts the country has experienced in decades to the collapse of the peso and equity markets, to a $50 billion IMF bailout, a series of investor storms have hit Argentina and prompted investors to run for shelter. But while these economic setbacks have caused damage,…

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You can have a one-click connection to GTSA – News by simply downloading our icon on your phone.  We’ve created some simple videos to guide you through the process. Enjoy.  For iPhone users 1. Open Safari 2. Navigate to gtsanews.com 3. Tap the ‘Share’ button 4. Tap the ‘Add to Home Screen’…

Agriculture in Argentina future expectations

Growth prospects for the next five years 1 trend: Enpa revealed that there is a lesser intention to produce on land of third parties, that there is a low or no growth in soybean cultivation and a high increase in investments in activities related to animal protein. 2 investments 92% of the mega-producers (over 10,000 ha) are planning to…

Comparing prices: Argentina was among the lowest cost of living countries in the region in dollars

According to the IERAL, Argentine food prices measured in U.S. currency are well below other Latin American countries Even with a US dollar at $34, a kilo of Argentinian meat would be the cheapest in that currency among 14 Latin American countries, plus Europe and Asia; A kilo of apples would only…

Argentina has opened up a range of sectors: New Multi-layered investment options

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HEADING UP Argentina’s reforms are pushing the economy in the right direction When Mauricio Macri came to power in late 2015 and promised to fix Argentina’s distorted economy it caught the world’s attention. In the LatAm INVESTOR Argentina Report published in Q2 2016, they described how closed sectors were being…

The famous Zaha Hadid brand arrives in Buenos Aires 2018

Zaha Hadid Architects, the studio that was founded by the great architect who died in 2016, was hired by the Portland group to build an important residential building in Palermo, Buenos Aires. Five months after the death of the famous British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, one of the great global luminaries of this profession in the…

Estancia Punta del Agua – San Juan – Argentina: 1,000,000 acres for Sale – New Photos

Estancia Punta del Agua – 1,000,000 acres of Opportunities Estancia Punta del Agua 1,000,000 acres for Sale – New Photos Estancia Punta del Agua, a set on Flickr. Click on the photos to see more photos of the property Description 375,640 ha more or less or just under 1 million acres in the North West of Argentina, with potential and feasibility studies for agriculture,…

Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie in London: “Argentina is building institutions”

Argentina’s Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie spoke at a conference in Chatham House about the political and economic changes happening in Latin America. Argentina is working very hard on its macroeconomic reforms, on reducing the fiscal deficit and combatting inflation, building institutions with anti-corruption practices…

Argentina has the World’s Worst Currency: Shattering Home Buyers’ Dreams

Homes in Argentina are priced in U.S. dollars even though buyers can only take out mortgages in pesos, the world’s worst performing currency against the greenback. And that’s only where the pain begins. Argentina’s once thriving housing market — an example of its pro-business turnaround under President Mauricio Macri…

Argentina Economy turns with the first trade surplus since December 2016

September’s trade balance improvement was driven by significant declines in imports of capital and consumer goods, as well as a more competitive peso currency Argentina had a trade surplus of US$ 314 million in September, official statistics agency Indec said on Tuesday, the first since December 2016 and an early sign the…

San Juan: Inter-American Development Bank will ensure the construction of the Agua Negra Tunnel

Governor Sergio Uñac met with the President of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Luis Alberto Moreno, who ratified the entity’s commitment to the Agua Negra tunnel linking the IV Region of Coquimbo (Chile) with the Province of San Juan (Argentina).  The governor of San Juan, Sergio…

Argentina The here and now: towards a more competitive country

Today more than ever it is important to emphasize that achieving a competitive economy remains one of Argentina’s outstanding objectives. Given the fact that the most competitive countries in the world are the ones that are the most developed and, in most cases, have less inequity, only a significant leap in our competitiveness…

Big Data + AI applied to Real Estate valuations

Reporte Inmobiliario has responded in the past two months to over 68,000 queries related to the residential market through its geolocation tool, market analytics, and housing valuation engine,  for up to date Market Valuations. The tools are available online on the Reporte Inmobiliario website free to individuals and provide useful information needed…

For real estate companies in Buenos Aires, the new rental act will make less available stock pushing up rents

Real Estate professionals are against extending the contracts from 2 to 3 years and add that the banks charge very expensive guarantees. After studying the key points to the reform to the law of residential rentals proposed by the government, some real estate operators took a more critical…

HOW VULNERABLE IS THE $100+BN PROPERTY PORTAL INDUSTRY WORLDWIDE?

This is an article written for a New Zealand audience but the challenges and disruption that is causing some in their real estate industry to pause is also very applicable to the South American market which is very fragmented with a low level of transparency.  It was written by Alister Helm a licenced real estate salesperson and journalist. …