San Juan – Argentina, A progressive province looking for investors.

San Juan – The Very Special Argentine Province Here is a cross section of videos of San Juan showing the progressive nature of the Province. The province of San Juan is situated in the region of Cuyo, and is bounded by the province of La Rioja on the north and the provinces of La Rioja and on the east with the provinces of San Luis and Mendoza on the south; and Chile on the west. Its total area is 89,651 square kilometers (2.4% of the national total). Eighty percent of this area is occupied by steep relief…

Argentina’s New Wine Promotion Video

This is a great new Wine Promotion Video for Argentina highly successful wine industry. The Gateway Team – When You are Serious About Property www.gatewaytosouthamerica.com About Gateway to South AmericaGateway to South America is an independent Brokerage and Advisory company committed to helping foreign investors to invest in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. ShareShareTweetWhatsAppEmail

The Power of Key Words in Advertising

The Power of Key Words in Advertising Words in Advertising: If you ever have any doubts why the keywords are so important in advertising and marketing you should view this video. Anyone wanting to convey a message needs to think carefully about the words whether it is collecting money on the street or selling the most expensive property. It is the same mental thought process.   The Gateway Team – When you are Serious about Property www.gatewaytosouthamerica.com About Gateway to South AmericaGateway…

Argentine Malbec conquers world markets

Malbec conquers was originally planted by the Romans in southwest France nearly 2,000 years ago, but the Malbec grape has long left its European roots behind. Today, it is the signature varietal of Argentina and one of the world’s fastest-growing and best-loved wines. To toast its ascent and future prospects, Wines of Argentina, an industry exporters’ group, has declared this Sunday “Malbec World Day” and is organising wine tastings from Armenia to Australia, and from Serbia to Shanghai. Malbec has…

The story of Argentine Malbec´s worldwide success

Argentine Malbec wine investors are benefiting from a new set of new consumers from Shanghai to New York that had quickly adopted Malbec as a favorite new wine. Disenchanted merlot drinkers found malbec to be a great substitute, and steak eaters searching for something to drink besides Cabernet Sauvignon, were pleased with how it paired with their favorite food. Thus Malbec gained traction and by early 2007 was growing rapidly from a small base. By 2009 it achieved a 50% growth rate in one year. Argentine Malbec´s …

San Rafael – Argentina: “The Other Mendoza”

When we speak of wine locally we are almost always speaking of Mendoza. But which Mendoza? Anybody who has made any sort of study or survey of Mendoza wines will realise that the province is pock-marked with pockets of wine producing valleys areas and regions that confer upon their wines a certain character different from others. Lujan de Cuyo, Tupungato, San Carlos and many more can be mentioned as examples of prime wine making areas. All are situated relatively closely towards the north of the province and…

Argentina’s Once Vibrant Wine Industry Is On The Verge Of Collapse

Argentina’s Once Vibrant Wine Industry Is On The Verge Of Collapse In the city of Mendoza, the continent’s wine capital, a group consisting of over 5,000 growers, winemakers, and vineyard employees packed the city streets with tractors, poured wine on the steps of city hall, and chanted and waved signs with the aim of stopping the annual Fiesta de la Vendimia. The Fiesta de la Vendimia is the harvest festival, a world-renowned highly attended event. It attracts global attention, spendy tourists, and…

Residential Rents in Buenos Aires are soaring as landlords seek to stay ahead of inflation

Residential Rents in Buenos Aires Renting a house or an apartment this year will be between 25%  and 30% more expensive. Locate experts and real estate brokers estate agree that the determining factor is inflation. “Rents increased between November 2013 and March 2014, 28.5 percent; so today, if new residential rents are line with this trend continues, the increases for 2015 will could well exceed 30 percent with semiannual adjustments of 15 percent plus. Besides inflation, Germán Gómez Picasso, co-founder…

Has a financially desperate Argentina sold its soul to China ?

Experts warn preliminary agreement violates local legislation by including a clause transfer Chinese manpower for infrastructure works An investment and infrastructure works deal with China that passed the Argentine Senate in the embers of last year overrides local laws, is shrouded in secrecy, fosters lack of transparency, and will have a high economic cost for beleaguered financially desperate Argentina, international relations pundits say, echoing concerns vented by the opposition. Among the main criticism,…

Argentina in Top 5 of World’s Best Places to Buy or Retire in 2015

Argentina in Top 5 of World’s Best Places to Buy or Retire in 2015 Everyone who is interested in buying international real estate loves to take advantage of a market in crisis. According to world renowned publisher, Kathleen Peddicord of Live and Invest Overseas,  Argentina tops the list for countries where buyers can benefit from the strong dollar.   She claims “this is where you could get a great deal on a second home in the sun, a holiday escape that you could rent out when you’re…

Argentines have best level of English in Latin America

Anyone over 50 years can attest to the fact that learning a new language is hard work. All the more if you are an Anglo male. However, the good news is that Argentines women in particular are by far the most articulate English speakers. English is extremely popular in Argentina. It is so popular, in fact, that the country stands heads and shoulders above the region. Argentines are the most proficient in English in Latin America, and it isn’t even close, achieving high proficiency in the language in a region…

5 Reasons You Will Not Succeed Selling Real Estate in any country

Unless you are fully committed to real estate as a profession and have a solid business plan, you will have trouble finding success anywhere. Here I have outlined five situations that can bring down your career — and how to avoid them. Over the past twenty five years, I have had the opportunity to train and work with some of the world’s greatest real estate professionals. This experience has allowed me to witness first-hand not only the success stories but also sight more unfulfilled potential than…

KMPG’S Indirect Tax Guide to South America

KMPG’S Indirect Tax Guide to South America has been updated Here is a very informative indirect tax guide to doing Real Estate  business in Latin America done by KMPG. Always seek to quantify and qualify if there have been any recent changes.  (  believe me, there will have been ) About Gateway to South AmericaGateway to South America is an independent Brokerage and Advisory company committed to helping foreign investors to invest in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. ShareShareTweetWhatsAppEmail

Argentina outspends the rest of Latin America in education

Argentina outspends the rest of Latin America in education Argentina is one of the biggest investors in education throughout Latin America, according to an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development study, which noted that Argentina allocated 6.3 percent of its GDP to education in 2012, compared to the five-percent average for the region and 5.6 percent for the OECD as a whole. The OECD is made up by an estimated 80 countries. President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner praised the study yesterday,…

A new study shows Argentina is a relatively safe country in which to live

WHO figures show Argentina is relatively safe country in world’s most violent region Homicide rates in Latin America are the highest in the world — clocking in at 28.5 per 100,000 inhabitants — but estimates by the World Health Organization (WHO) place Argentina in line with the best in the region with about six homicides per 100,000 inhabitants. According to the WHO, in 2012 165,617 people were murdered in Latin America and the Caribbean, making up about 35 percent of the the 475,000 homicides committed…
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