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The Estrugamou in Buenos Aires – The Pinnacle of French Classical Architecture

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On the corner of Juncal and Esmeralda streets, in the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires, sits a stately and imposing relic of an era of French architecture in Buenos Aires, a city often dubbed the “Paris of South America.” The residential Estrugamou Building, or Edificio Estrugamou, resembles…

Argentina 2017

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President Macri met in late April with President Trump, in a clear signal to the markets that Argentina has the support of the US Government, one more of the multiple indications which underline the work done for the full recovery of the confidence of international investors. Already last year, President Obama had made a state visit to Argentina. That visit, when the new government…

2017 GTSA Customer Survey

Every few months we evaluate our services with a view to improving our customer experience for Real Estate Investors. We use private interviews and surveys to do this. All feedback is confidential and appreciated. (Visited 45 times, 1 visits today) About Geoffrey McRaeGTSA - Founder and Marketing Director. Geoffrey is a New Zealander with a strong commercial, agro business…

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…

Airbnb looks to Latin America, now its fastest-growing market

As Airbnb turns its attention to Latin America, the often-combative company is taking an unusual approach. It’s giving local governments what they want. The home and apartment-rental company said it will collect and remit taxes in Mexico City, the first such arrangement in Latin America. Airbnb will provide 3 per cent of revenue generated…

Argentina opens market to Budget Airlines – adds 135 domestic routes

Argentina’s government plans to allow the first budget airline to begin flying in the country, opening up one of the biggest untapped domestic airline markets to increased competition. The move, which includes the approval of 135 new airline routes, is the latest in a series of pro-business measures by President Mauricio Macri since…

Argentina and Brazil will have high rates of growth this year

Expect more good news than bad when it comes to global growth this year, led by recoveries in several of Latin America’s largest economies, a pickup in the U.S., and continued robustness from China and India. The expectation is that 62 economies are slated for an improvement compared with last year, while 33 will see a deterioration, according to…