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Argentina’s New President is changing the way foreigners can buy farmland

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Argentina  continues to implement more business friendly policies Yesterday, by decree, the Argentine Government amended the law for Rural Land ownership therefore softening the restrictions on the sale of land to foreigners which the Kirchner administration imposed in December 2011. “This decree seeks to unlock investments…

The Economist: Argentina’s new, honest inflation statistics

The end of bogus accounting SOME readers of The Economist may be numbed by statistics. To many others, they are the water of cognitive life. Each week at the back of this newspaper we publish official data on 42 of the largest economies in the world—with one exception. Five years ago we stopped publishing the inflation figure for Argentina produced…

Southern hemisphere farmers will struggle to meet milk demand growth over next five years

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Southern hemisphere farmers will struggle to produce about 20 billion liters of milk needed to feed the world’s demand growth over the next five years according to Rabobank research. Rabobank dairy analyst Emma Higgins said that most of the extra supply would need to be met by the northern hemisphere. “Countries…

Argentine Agriculture Comeback

After 10 years of heavy Government intervention, policies have changed and Argentine agriculture is coming back in full force. Governments around the world intervene in their agricultural sectors, and in times of high commodities prices, many countries before Argentina introduced export retentions and “windfall taxes” to natural resource industries aiming to ensure…

Want to escape the maddening crowds ? Try North West Argentina

Close to the small town of Cafayate is a perfect example of one family’s project to create a sanctuary away from the stresses of living in a major city. This lifestyle property is in the Colalao del Valle, Valles Calchaquíes in the Tucuman Province. The building of a Charca or lifestyle Block When the owners bought the land in January…

Why China is looking to increase agribusiness investment in Latin America

CHINA SPEND ON AUSTRALIAN AGRIBUSINESS HAS TRIPLED IN ONE YEAR China’s investment in Australian agribusiness has tripled in just a year as China strives to meet rising demand for high-quality food among its growing middle class. In 2016, Chinese companies invested $1.2 billion in Australian agribusiness – three times 2015’s…

Australia’s Agtech SproutX sows seeds for success across Latin America

Australian agribusiness startup and innovation hub, SproutX has joined forces with Latin American-based early stage venture fund, NXTP Labs to launch AgtechPassport, an exchange program for agtech startups. Launched in Sydney by visiting Argentine Vice Minister for Agriculture, Ricardo (Ricky) Negri late last month, the AgtechPassport…